Liz Andra Shaw

Journey into the Creative Mind of a Writing Reader

This is Real Life #14

April 18th, 2015
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Status Report

Tomorrow (Sunday April 19) is 6 weeks since I broke my shoulder. The pain level has decreased significantly, but not enough that I can sleep regularly or without a muscle relaxant. I have to admit, I had hoped to be further along by now. I see the doctor on Monday for more X-rays, but I already know, we won’t see full healing for at least another couple of weeks.

I’m still doing just passive motion during PT, which means that in daily living activities, I’m still doing pretty much everything one-handed. It’s tiring, frustrating, and limiting, so I can’t wait to get the OK to do more. I know it won’t be easy, but let’s go!

Reading

I finished Starlighter (Dragons of Starlight) by Bryan Davis. I enjoyed it, but not enough to buy the next book in the series. Even though there are dragons.

I finished Eldest by Christopher Paolini and started Brisingr, the next book. Can’t wait to see how this one is. Eldest was so much better than the first book, Eragon, in terms of the skill of the writing. I have to believe the third book will be even better.

I finished America’s Trust by Murray McDonald. This is quite a good political thriller. The one thing I didn’t buy was… well… spoilers sweetie!

I wasn’t excited about any of the selections for the Kindle First program this month, but I finally settled on Trail of Broken Wings by Sejal Badani. It’s not what I normally read, but it kept my attention and made me cry. This is Literature, and it addresses the issue of domestic violence and child abuse in a very effective way. I loved the characters, loved the way the story is told from differing points of view, and loved the message of empowerment it ends with.

I started Deadly Stillwater by Roger Stelljes on my old Kindle at work. I’m not far enough into it to decide whether I’m going to like it, but it’s going in a good direction.

The Song of the Week




Watching

Good Things that Happened this Week

  • I made some good gains in range of motion in PT.
  • My boss decorated my office for my birthday – so nice!
  • My folks took me out for lunch for my birthday. And mom got me 7 new shirts that are a size too big so that I have something to wear to work that are easy to put on and will fit loosely over my swollen arm.
  • I finally got my pool fixed. Hoping that I’ll be able to do some of my rehab in it soon!

Round and About

You Have No Idea What Happened
10 Things People Once Complained Would Ruin The English Language
Test how self-compassionate you are

More links at The Writing Reader Carnival of Creativity for 4/12/15.

My favorite prompt of the week at The Writing Reader: Prompt #1338 Young Caregivers.

Inspiration for the Week

“…Oh my God, what if you wake up some day, and you’re 65, or 75, and you never got your memoir or novel written; or you didn’t go swimming in warm pools and oceans all those years because your thighs were jiggly and you had a nice big comfortable tummy; or you were just so strung out on perfectionism and people-pleasing that you forgot to have a big juicy creative life, of imagination and radical silliness and staring off into space like when you were a kid? It’s going to break your heart. Don’t let this happen. Repent just means to change direction—and NOT to be said by someone who is waggling their forefinger at you. Repentance is a blessing. Pick a new direction, one you wouldn’t mind ending up at, and aim for that. Shoot for the moon.” ~ Anne Lamott

Monthly Practice toward Inner Peace

I’m at that stage of recovery where I’m impatient and think I should be further along. Awake at night, my mind starts to catalog all the various ways that fracture healing can go wrong. I’ve had lots of practice this week of letting go of those worries.

My Favorites on Flickr this Week

Click through on these to learn more about the artists.
# 3281 "Doubles 15 "
# 3281 “Doubles 15 ” by Scott Bergey

Only Live Once Journal Class
Only Live Once Journal Class by Vicki Bridges

# 3287 "Let's Get A Hold On It"
# 3287 “Let’s Get A Hold On It” by Scott Bergey

51zc15
51zc15 by Zach Collins

Superdog
Superdog by Przemek Szewczyk

New Wallpapers

Intelligent Travel from National Geographic. (Dolphins!)

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This is real life #13

April 10th, 2015
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I went back to work this week and started PT. Let’s just leave it at that, shall we?

Reading

I finished Fire Watch by Connie Willis. Very eclectic collection of short stories. Highly recommended.

I read Eragon by Christopher Paolini. Amzing dragon story! I started the next in the series, Eldest.

I read Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling in the middle of one long night when I couldn’t sleep. Excellent!

The Song of the Week



Watching


Good Things that Happened this Week

  • Going back to work was not as hard as I thought it would be, even though I honestly couldn’t work a full day.
  • PT was not as bad as I thought it would be, even though it was dang hard.
  • I don’t have to do anything this weekend if I don’t want to!

Round and About

The Mysterious, Murky Story Behind Soy-Sauce Packets

More links at The Writing Reader Carnival of Creativity for 4/5/15.

My favorite prompt of the week at The Writing Reader: Prompt #1331 Social Anxiety.

Inspiration for the Week

Monthly Practice toward Inner Peace

Lots of things I could have gotten upset about at work this week, but I let them go. It was just easier. This is a big step for me!

My Favorites on Flickr this Week

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Art Journal Page - Reach
Art Journal Page – Reach by Roben-Marie Smith

Peace_jenevang_web
Peace_jenevang_web by JREpics

102/365 "Time Travelling"
102/365 “Time Travelling” by Kent MacDonald

# 3232 "Line 2015"
# 3232 “Line 2015″ by Scott Bergey

Bubbly Sunflowers
Bubbly Sunflowers by wittap

New Wallpapers

Shake It Off from National Geographic
The Searcher

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This is real life #12

April 3rd, 2015
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I saw the specialist for the shoulder. I can start using my arm for small things, like typing, but boy does it hurt and tire out quickly!

Reading

I read Vestal Virgin: Suspense in Ancient Rome by Suzanne Tyrpak. Excellent read! Set in Rome in the time of Nero. Highly recommended, even if you aren’t a history nerd.

I read Shaken by J.A. Konrath. I’m fascinated by how he wove 3 timelines into one cohesive novel. Interesting that once you finish the book, there is the option to read it again, with the timelines set in a linear fashion. I preferred it the first way!

I read The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood. I love the imagination in this. Atwood is masterful! If you’ve never read anything by her, don’t wait any longer.

I read Roanoke: A Novel of Elizabethan Intrigue by Margaret Lawrence. Not just a spy thriller, but also a touching romance.

I finished The Confident Creative: Drawing to Free the Hand and Mind by Cat Bennett, although I still want to do some of the exercises once I get my arm moving again.

I also started two new books this week: Eragon by Christopher Paolini and The Complete Father Brown Stories by G. K. Chesterton.

The Song of the Week


Good Things that Happened this Week

  • I already shared my good news about the shoulder. That’s really the big thing for this week.
  • I start back to work next week. I’m excited about that because I am BORED here at home.
  • I’m hoping to get a Carnival posted over at The Writing Reader this weekend.

Round and About

Chia Seed Jams

How to Listen Between the Lines: Anna Deavere Smith on the Art of Listening in a Culture of Speaking

10 Catch Phrases You Swore You’d Never Use (And When You Used Them)

Inspiration for the Week

To let go of something is when hope begins.

-Anne Lamott

Monthly Practice toward Inner Peace

The April monthly practice is Letting Go. I am going to focus on letting go of some physical things. Spending so much time in my house has made me aware that I have too much stuff! I’m also going to let go of any shame around this. Should be an interesting month.

My Favorites on Flickr this Week

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# 3207 "Stay Away Fool"
# 3207 “Stay Away Fool” by Scott Bergey

Waterfall Zen
Waterfall Zen by Henry Brosius

in every direction of time and space
in every direction of time and space by Aimee

LBJulietteCraneweek13
LBJulietteCraneweek13 by Shel C

Collab w/ Jolene Casko
Collab w/ Jolene Casko by Zach Collins

To explore
To explore by Ralph Kloppenborg

Ode au printemps (pour le plaisir!)
Ode au printemps (pour le plaisir!) by fan de yan

Once Upon a Time...
Once Upon a Time… by Darren Moore

Flower Girls
Flower Girls by Angie Naron

# 3212 "Line 67"
# 3212 “Line 67″ by Scott Bergey

dlpweek13done
dlpweek13done by Shel C

dapper-man
dapper-man by Claudia MB

DLP weeks 2 and 3
DLP weeks 2 and 3 by Vivekananda Retreat Ridgely

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Happy Easter!

March 31st, 2015
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another digital collage made to practice using my right handed trackball with my left hand while my broken shoulder heals. i was inspired by the full moon that will happen on easter eve.

happy easter

linking up to the digital whispers bunnies challenge.

CREDITS:

bunnies: ▓▒░ TORLEY ░▒▓ on Flickr

boy: in pastel on Flickr

background textures: rebecca mcmeen and tangie baxter

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This is real life #11

March 27th, 2015
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still recuperating with the broken shoulder. as i write this, it’s been just 19 days since i fell. it seems longer. i have to constantly remind myself to be patient – healing takes time. i can’t really expect much at this stage. still, i’m going stir crazy.

Reading

i finished Firefly Island by Daniel Arenson. it’s pretty good YA fantasy.

i started Alex Hollick: Origins by Andrew Downs. the opening chapters are quite dark, but i stuck it out. pt 2, the bloodbath ritual, includes all of part 1. not sure why it’s set up this way. both could have benefited by professional proofing and better dialogue, but they are entertaining albeit dark reads. pt 1 is better than pt 2.

i finished akitada and the way of justice. i continue to believe that i’d enjoy these more if i’d read at least one of the novels first. the writing is good. i’ll definitely check out the novels.

i started Vestal Virgin: Suspense in Ancient Rome by Suzanne Tyrpak and am enjoying it so far..

The Song of the Week

Watching


Good Things that Happened this Week

  • good massage on Monday, then slept through the whole night
  • got dressed and went over to my folks’ for a home cooked dinner. so nice to eat something that didn’t come out of a box!
  • getting dressed is getting easier.

Round and About

The forgotten history of how automakers invented the crime of “jaywalking”

Inspiration for the Week

“Every day brings a choice: to practice stress or to practice peace.” ~Joan Borysenko

Monthly Practice toward Inner Peace

had a chance to practice compassion with a bag girl at safeway this week. it’s easier to be compassionate with others if i’m compassionate with myself. one thing i’ve learned is to stop telling myself scary stories and to just go with the flow. things never turn out as awful as the scenarios my imagination can create.

My Favorites on Flickr this Week

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Dina inspired art journal page
Dina inspired art journal page by Tracy Scott

« les villes »
« les villes » by linda vachon

#painting #acrylic on #canvas #art #contemporaryart #artgallery #abstract // #malerei #acryl auf leinwand #kunst
#painting #acrylic on #canvas #art #contemporaryart #artgallery #abstract // #malerei #acryl auf leinwand #kunst by Fischer Heinz

#dinawakleymedia #silhouette #timholtzfeather #artjournal
#dinawakleymedia #silhouette #timholtzfeather #artjournal by Maria Torralba

Tango-Bs As-15
Tango-Bs As-15 by collage atrois

# 3187 "Making It Better"
# 3187 “Making It Better” by Scott Bergey

# 3191 "Try To Understand"
# 3191 “Try To Understand” by Scott Bergey

# 3200 "Jetlagged Scotty"
# 3200 “Jetlagged Scotty” by Scott Bergey

# 3198 "Nude 2015 2"
# 3198 “Nude 2015 2″ by Scott Bergey

# 3206 "Steppin' Out"
# 3206 “Steppin’ Out” by Scott Bergey

Fictional Cornish Village
Fictional Cornish Village by Laurie McCall

Summer Beach
Summer Beach by Laurie McCall

Collab w/ Susanna Lakner
Collab w/ Susanna Lakner by Zach Collins

The Sentinel
The Sentinel by Mark Holt

We Rise...an Art Journal Page
We Rise…an Art Journal Page by Christy B

New Wallpapers

Bushfire Season

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sunflowers

March 24th, 2015
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just a simple digital collage to practice using my trackball with my left hand while my broken shoulder heals. not so easy!

"Light-enchanted sunflower, thou Who gazest ever true and tender On the sun's revolving splendour." ― Pedro Calderón de la Barca

“Light-enchanted sunflower, thou
Who gazest ever true and tender
On the sun’s revolving splendour.”
Pedro Calderón de la Barca

sunflower credit: Shanta Rohse on Flickr

background textures and butterfly credit: Tangie Baxter

linking to the digital whispers sunflower challenge

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this is real life #10

March 21st, 2015
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still in a sling with the broken shoulder. saw the shoulder doc thursday and had a new set of xrays. everything is healing well. i need to be in the sling 23 hours a day for at least 2 more weeks. then maybe i can start physical therapy and start using it more. there’s a lot of itching! i did start pendulum exercises this week, and they are going exactly as painfully as one might expect.

Reading

i finished the body keeps the score by bessel van der kolk md. excellent book. i learned a lot that should help me when i get back to work.

i also finished the gemini effect by chuck grossman. wicked good sci fi / horror thriller! just know, it will keep you awake at night.

i started akitada and the way of justice, a set of short stories. i suspect i would be enjoying these more if i’d read some of the akitada novels first.

i also started the lost symbol by dan brown and then i finished it in less than 2 days. that man is dastardly at keeping you reading. ‘just one more chapter’ – ha!

i am almost done with the confident creative by cat bennett.

The Song of the Week

Watching

Good Things that Happened this Week

  • good report from the doc.
  • help from by best friend, emi bauer and her family
  • starting exercises to get the shoulder moving

Round and About

Clues, code-breaking, and cruciverbalists: the language of crosswords
The myth of perfection

Inspiration for the Week

“Accept responsibility for your life. Know that it is you who will get you where you want to go, no one else.” —Les Brown

Monthly Practice toward Inner Peace

again this week, my practice of compassion has been mostly focused on myself. it’s hard for me to give myself permission to rest. i’ve been fighting myself on this all week – arguing with myself about whether i could be doing posts at the writing reader somehow one-handed. today i decided no. i’m letting myself rest.

My Favorites on Flickr this Week

Click through on these to learn more about the artists.
A New Year's Coming
A New Year’s Coming by Guillaume Gaubert

Meili Snow Mountain
Meili Snow Mountain by MnZnP

365-003 Baby it's Cold Outside
365-003 Baby it’s Cold Outside by Christine und David Schmitt

o l s t i n d | hamnøy, norway
o l s t i n d | hamnøy, norway by Lorenzo Montezemolo

My Tears Fall for You
My Tears Fall for You by Jacob Edmiston

Fitz Roy in Autumn
Fitz Roy in Autumn by Pete Stasiewicz

serpentine_gorge
serpentine_gorge by Lizzie

... verso nord-est ...
… verso nord-est … by Felice Miccadei

Colors of Patagonia
Colors of Patagonia by Ania.Photography

Sweet Friend
Sweet Friend by Stephanie Dodson

# 3169 "Feel Funny Inside"
# 3169 “Feel Funny Inside” by Scott Bergey

IMG_1874
IMG_1874 by Deepeningblue

between lines
between lines by Ines Seidel

anonymous artists
anonymous artists by Bob May

New Wallpapers

Evening Snowfall

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This is real life #9

March 14th, 2015
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no caps this week -i took a bad spill on sunday and broke my shoulder. one-handed typing is frustrating. i’m regretting the decision to take dragon naturally speaking off the laptop a few months ago.

On the Menu

made country style pork ribs in the crock pot last saturday. delicious. will not be cooking again for a while. still trying to figure out how to do dishes with one hand.

Reading

i finished the ajax protocol by alex lukeman. fast, exciting thriller – renegades inside the u.s. military complex try to take over the government.

i started the gemini effect by chuck grossman. This is science fiction-thriller-horror all mixed into 1 really scary package.

The Song of the Week

Watching

lots of netflix this week. watched the new episodes of drop dead diva then started watching white collar. i think i’ve dozed through significant portions of these.

Good Things that Happened this Week

  • the farmer’s market has really grown since the last time i went. the art walk is really awesome, too.
  • i only broke the shoulder. i am so grateful for this given that i literally face planted into ceramic tile.
  • i had bought 2 kinds of hummus along with some dolmas on saturday – excellent healthy finger food.
  • the people at cigna urgent care were so kind to me.
  • my brother and nephew were in town this week. even though i didn’t get to spend much time with them, it was wonderful to see them. i’m so proud of my nephew.
  • the shoulder specialist got me in quickly and was so kind. i go back fo more xrays next week.
  • i got a sassy short haircut so that i can take care of it more easily with 1 hand. feels so nice.
  • fresh strawberries
  • great service from amazon – i finally called about the new kindle i’ve had so many issues with. the rep was wonderful and the replacement arrived today. they arranged for ups to not only pick up the old one but also to help me package it.
  • sad to have to withdraw from this spring’s toastmasters contest, but happy to hand off my slot to Winona who will do great in my place
  • so grateful for my friends

Round and About

An Apple Idiom a Day
Can Mindfulness Meditation Really Reduce Pain and Suffering?

More links at The Writing Reader Carnival of Creativity for 3/8/15.

My favorite prompt of the week at The Writing Reader: Prompt #1323 Getting Even.

Inspiration for the Week

“Forgiveness is not an occasional act, it is a constant attitude.” ~Martin Luther King Jr.

Monthly Practice toward Inner Peace

this week i mostly practiced being compassionate with myself. it was good practice. i could spend a lot of energy mentally berating myself for being clumsy / unmindful and falling, but what good would that do?

My Favorites on Flickr this Week

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Soup
Soup by Lee Acaster

query dump
query dump by Bob May

calendar page week 29
calendar page week 29 by Silke Rieger

We Saw This...
We Saw This… by Matt Granz

LIFE BOOK 2015 semaine 11 (zoom)
LIFE BOOK 2015 semaine 11 (zoom) by fan de yan

Water
Water by Elné, on Flickr

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This is Real Life #8

March 7th, 2015
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On the Menu

I’m heading out to the Gilbert Farmer’s Market and Art Walk today. I’m going to see what looks interesting and make something from that.

My Instagram Post of the Week

Instagram post of the week

Reading

I finished The World in Six Songs by Daniel Leviton (finally)! Despite how long it took me to read it, I really love this book. If you love music, you would probably enjoy it as well. Music really does shape culture!

I have the very exciting task at work of reading The Tail of Emily Windsnap by Liz Kessler and writing reading comprehension and creative writing prompts for a student at our school. Getting paid to read and encourage reading and writing – awesome!

I finished Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell. The last 200 pages are fabulous – I absolutely loved the ending. It was not at all what I was expecting.

The Song of the Week

And now for something completely different.

And now for something completely different. Again.

What the heck? Here’s another one!

Watching


Good Things that Happened this Week

  • I brought a couple of new clients in at work. I’m getting the hang of working with insurances, even though it still scares me to death.
  • I salvaged a piece of my International Speech Contest speech that I had to edit out, and I turned it into an entirely new speech. I had the opportunity to give it on Wednesday, and it went well. This speech has potential to become a contest speech in its own right.
  • I blogged with my friends on Thursday night. Always fun!
  • I have been lusting after a large, wood mounted polka dot stamp that Tangie Baxter has at her studio. I’ve been too cheap to buy it for myself – I just can’t justify $20 for a stamp. I was at Bookman’s Thursday to pick up the Liz Kessler book for work, and the customer service person was on break. While I was waiting, I wandered into the art section, and there it was for just $6. You know I came home with that bad boy. So happy! (And by the way, if you’re in Arizona, Bookman’s has absolutely the best customer service of any bookstore ever. I love them!)
  • I got some help from a friend in fixing a burned out headlight, and it saved me a lot of money. It’s worth asking people if they can help.
  • Love the new season of House of Cards. Must watch it again!!!! It turns out that getting everything you dreamed of is not what you thought it would be.

Round and About

What it Takes to Form a New Habit
Poetic Dogs
Turbocharge your Brain in 7 Steps
The Tangible Benefits of Forgiveness

More links at The Writing Reader Carnival of Creativity for 3/1/15.

My favorite prompt of the week at The Writing Reader: Visual Prompt of the Week – Summer Fun.

Inspiration for the Week

Perfection should never be the goal; practice is the goal. Live in awareness and nurture your practice. -Defy Gravity: Healing Beyond the Bounds of Reason by Caroline Myss

Monthly Practice toward Inner Peace

The practice of compassion is an interesting follow up to the practice of forgiveness. It feels like I never get to the point in a situation where forgiveness would even become necessary. It’s a nice change.

My Favorites on Flickr this Week

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escaping
escaping by Bob May

Happy MARCH 1! One of my fav months of the entire year when the earth shows signs that she is slowly waking up from her deep slumber! A brilliant time to take out some watercolours & celebrate with her I think! *wink* #traditionalmeetstechnology #rdmagic
Happy MARCH 1! One of my fav months of the entire year when the earth shows signs that she is slowly waking up from her deep slumber! A brilliant time to take out some watercolours & celebrate with her I think! *wink* #traditionalmeetstechnology #rdmagic by Susan Weckesser

Half Dome
Half Dome by Matt Granz

CCI01032015
CCI01032015 by Erin Johnson

art journal
art journal by czekoczyna

"No Clouds Allowed" 8/10
“No Clouds Allowed” 8/10 by Sandis Helvigs

Flying birds in front of the moon
Flying birds in front of the moon by Alexandros Maragos

Drenched In Reflection
Drenched In Reflection by Danny O’Connor

Outracing the sand storm
Outracing the sand storm by wittap

Yesteryear
Yesteryear by Debbie Smith

Untitled
Untitled by Troy Holden

loosing colours - art journal
loosing colours – art journal by czekoczyna

New Wallpapers

Croatian Falls in Autumn from National Geographic

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This is Real Life #7

February 28th, 2015
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On the Menu

I haven’t gotten this far yet! I’m making some wings Saturday, but not sure what to put with them. I got some new curry pastes at Lee Lee’s last weekend, so maybe some curry!

My Instagram Post of the Week

Instagram pic of the week

Reading

I’m now at 600+ pages of Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell. I am enjoying it, although I still haven’t figured out why.

I started reading Connie Willis’ collection of short stories, Fire Watch. So far, I’ve found it to be a very diverse collection of stories – some history, some time travel, some hard sci-fi, and some fantasy. Each story is a beautiful self-contained world. I love Connie Willis’ writing.

The Song of the Week

And because singing astronauts are just too cool, here’s another:

Watching



More singing dragons please!

Good Things that Happened this Week

  • I won my club contest for the International Speech Contest. I’m busy preparing for the next level.
  • I finished 10 postcards for Tangie Baxter’s Art Emporium March swap and sent them off. Very excited to see what comes back.
  • Enjoying rewatching the first two seasons of House of Cards before diving in to the new season. Love this show.

Round and About

Lots of links at The Writing Reader Carnival of Creativity for February 22, 2015.

My favorite prompt of the week at The Writing Reader: Prompt #1310 Perfectionism and Suicide.

Inspiration for the Week

Be willing to walk away from things that feel wrong. Know that you have the ability to be a light in the darkness, and don’t allow the darkness to dim YOU in any way.

Life can be good and joyful and light-filled and wonderful. You get to choose EVERY DAY where you put your energy….every single day. -Brave Girls Club

Monthly Practice toward Inner Peace

I’ve finished the monthly practice of forgiveness. What I learned this month is that if I recognize my part in the issue and do the work to forgive myself, forgiveness of others seems to happen almost effortlessly. This was a really great month for me.

Next month my practice is compassion. The inspiration for this month comes from this quote: “Peace of mind comes from not wanting to change others.” – Gerald G. Jampolsky This month will be a real challenge for me!

My Favorites on Flickr this Week

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yes yoou can
yes you can by Robyn Weinrib

BeTheAdventure_jenevang_web
BeTheAdventure_jenevang_web by JREpics

Frostbitten
Frostbitten by zeniale

assistance
assistance by Bob May

Moonstorm
Moonstorm by marc-andré tragé

Detail page #LifeBook2015 #goldfoiling
Detail page #LifeBook2015 #goldfoiling by Frieda Oxenham

Frida-dare to be yourself
Frida-dare to be yourself by Stephanie Dodson

dating
dating by Bob May

Feb 19, 2015 - morning sunrise, 02
Feb 19, 2015 – morning sunrise, 02 by Ed Yourdon

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Journey into the Creative Mind of a Writing Reader