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The Year of the Baby Quilt, Part One

Let’s be honest … this post could also be called “Quilting: Because I Can Never Have Too Much On My Plate!”
No, really: I have a partial post drafted explaining why I think I threw myself into making baby quilts over the past year. 909 more words

Motherhood

natural perspective; a follow-up

With yesterday’s post, with me trying so hard to line everything up, in photos and in life, I left out many photos that show how important it is to let go, every once in a while. 38 more words

Photos

Day 613

Well, I almost have my degree. One more week. I just have to go and get the name tags out of the kiln. And organize my studio in which I have to find room for all my work. 114 more words

On telling stories

I am interested today in this idea: We tell ourselves stories, we tell other people stories, in order to make sense of who we are and who we have been and the actions and events that we believe have shaped us into ourselves. 420 more words

True Thought

Securing your Spring App using 2FA

Not so long ago, a good old username and password were considered more than enough to secure access to our applications and favourite web sites. But back then, nobody could have imagined the countless ways in which a hacker can now get a hold of our precious login credentials. 1,727 more words

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MFA, What Have You Done For Me Lately?

Last month I enrolled in a literary review course led by Tom Lutz, EIC of the Los Angeles Review of Books. I had never written a literary review, but enrolled in the class because I felt it was a valuable skill to have as a writer. 348 more words

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