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winter's inspiration

Winter isn’t over by a long shot here but I am questioning the weather predictions via my persimmon seeds this last fall. The Farmer’s Almanac said our snowiest periods would be in mid to late January. 50 more words


Anyone Can Cook

What It Is: The third edition of this foolproof cookbook for even the most ill-fated wannabe chefs. As Chef Gusteau tells Remy in Ratatouille – anyone can cook! 197 more words

Flash Post

January 27...

I love the color indigo and any title or name that includes it. There is something deliciously dark and soulful about this deepest of blues. It’s the sky between stars, next to the last color in the rainbow and resonates to the sound of a bass. 28 more words

Mindful Writing

I've got the Blues!

This week, in-between designing like mad for a new project (that’s a secret :-)) – I set up an indigo vat and spent a lovely day dyeing beautiful blues with a dyer friend, TinTin. 187 more words


This moment

Red waxing crescent falling
Beneath the horizon.
Illuminated nimbus’ burst with
Flashing combat of Deities unseen.
Cold winds, warm vapors of hot ash
I breathe in to relax an insomniac mind. 98 more words

One Word Photo Challenge: Indigo

Indeed there are many different perceptions of the color indigo as Jennifer Nicole Wells, host of the One Word Photo Challenge: Indigo, pointed out. I’ve always thought of it as a blue color with purple overtones and so I’ve included in my selection here photos of Delphinium and origami cranes. 105 more words