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Making Connections by Joanne Waldman

Making Connections by Joanne Waldman

I recently travelled to New York City with my 20 year old daughter for a family wedding. We had never travelled just the two of us alone so I was looking at this as a bonding weekend. 472 more words

Quality Of Life

WHY WORLD WAR 2?

Why are we looking at World War 2 Internment Camps as part of our May 18 International Museum Day (IMD) focus this year? 

Well, it’s been on the to-do list of topics based on the histories of the University of the West Indies (UWI) campus sites. 361 more words

Special Focus

No Mon

For the past couple of weeks I have been referring occasionally to a Creative Challenge that I was doing, set by Joanna Pieters who hosts a podcast featuring very good interviews with people who work creatively. 821 more words

Writing

Why You Should Share Your Story

A couple of weeks ago, Wanderer and I were chatting to guy who was passing through town and only there for one night. As sometimes happens, said guy (I shall call him Square) wanted to know what I do for a living. 792 more words

Zines

Social Media Meet and Greet

If you’re ingrained in the blog-o-sphere, you may have seen the Blogger Meet n’ Greet posts floating around. I think these are a marvelous idea, so I thought I’d put together my own meet and greet post. 257 more words

Blogging

Noticing 1

This post is inspired by Mary Ruefle’s poem ‘After a Rain’ (Selected Poems, Wave Books, 2010), in which she explores being ‘a noticing kind of person… 556 more words

Artists And Writers

Nap No Longer Needed.

I was tired, hot, sticky from an afternoon in the humid Baltimore sun, so it would have been perfectly normal for me to shift into neutral and not participate.  268 more words