16 of the most commonly used words used on this blog are buried in this word search, excluding the exceptionally common types of words like “this” and “that”.
There’s really no purpose in this post, except for that it made me happy to create it. To that end, perhaps it serves the greatest purpose of all.
I love you. In case you forget, here’s why:
- Good people — no… greatpeople– find their way to you. You’ve met amazing people while visiting random internet chatrooms, building bonfires at the beach, taking out the trash, working for Very Important Companies, blogging, and buying cereal. It doesn’t seem to matter where you go: you bump into heroes, warriors, scholars, geniuses,…
Louie the Long Neck http://ift.tt/1c89IJY
In December of 2006, I married Dave. He’s in the process of legally changing his name to Grayson Queen. He’s a writer, an artist, a blogger, and an all-around quiet guy. Dave’s a stoic and an introvert– the kind that smolders.
And I’m at least 95% sure that he really exists.
You see, it all started 6 years ago– after I introduced a friend of mine to another kind soul named Marley. My friend, a…
Running blindly through thickest grass,
wild-grown and free.
to notice you
battling the same fight
Running between walls of dreams,
a loyal devotee.
to notice you,
Blindly fueled with fear,
wildly pushed by glee.
to notice you,
Inspired by “One More With Feeling”: http://cognitivereflection.wordpress.com/2014/03/…
I’m excited! Blogger Interactive has been kind enough to give me the reins to one of their mini-meetups! I’ll be hosting, here in Southern California, on March 22nd and I would love to see you there!
The event will be in Long Beach, and if you think you’ll make it, please do me the favor of an RSVP so I can make sure there’s enough room (and party favors) for all of us.
If you live…
For all my flaws and virtues, I am my father’s daughter.
I remember full rooms of people, milling about our home– talking. Every conversation seemed to include a lie, and every lie stood out to me, obvious and confusing. Some people accepted lies, and some couldn’t hear them at all. Across the room, I’d make eye contact with my dad and he’d smile reassuringly at me. He could hear them as…
Working with clay…
Making wondrous beads!
_______________________________“Creativity is an area in which younger people have a tremendous advantage, since they have an endearing habit of always questioning past wisdom and authority.” – Bill HewlettIt probably will not surprise you to note that all the perfectly round beads were made by grown ups. I was in the middle of…
Benze put together this survey, and since I heart her and am pretty positive she’s a genius, I decided it was the absolutely perfect way to spend some time today.5 Things I am Passionate About
- Shopping small, and the importance of small businesses and entrepreneurs
- Thought, and the value of imagination in ALL subjects
- Connecting, and the cultivating and protection of communities
- Reading, and the…
… on the road again…
I wrote a post for the delightful Sharon of MommyVerbs over at her bloggy home. She asked me to take a noun, and verbify it– finally giving me the opportunity to write about one of my favorite made-up words.
Come on over and say hey, will ya?
I’d love to hear your solutions.
And while you’re at it, be sure to…