This is one of my favorite times of day. The sun is going down, off to the side of my kitchen window. And as Dickinson would say…
Around 500 years ago, the god among men, Leonardo Da Vinci, painted the Mona Lisa. It’s a work of artistic brilliance. Brushstrokes disappear. Anatomical features are detailed with striking accuracy. Da Vinci blurs the background and gives Lisa the spotlight. She is close up and face-to-face. Light and shadow playing around her. This painting raised
There’s something about the word journey. It’s just always good. Even a journey into the depths of hell seem to hold promise of something better on the other side.
Here’s a post of my random thoughts since my brain is an oven of half-baked ideas and fully baked nonsense.
What elevates a lady’s mood and her height? High heels. Today, I’m giving you a peak into some of the beauties in my closet.
If you’re a lover of old books like me, you may find that modern literature doesn’t often make it onto your reading lists. Here’s why it should.
One of my favorite works of art in The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the statue of Ugolino and His Sons by the artist Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux. I swim in this thing. I bathe in this thing. I drink of this thing. This thing is life. Yes, the mastery of the artist is an experience to
I’ve got a few snatches of things that are just swimming around in my head with no place to really go. That’s what I was thinking, until I remembered how the lovely Cheila does random thoughts posts, and I always love reading them. So here it goes. No pre-planned topics, just whatever shows up to
I’ve redesigned my Pinterest page with board covers. See what a remarkable difference it makes.
What can you do at home to save money and help save the planet? Here’s one thing. I challenge you!