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Many layers for reading an image; for making a picture

“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye” – So says the fox to the Little Prince ( 933 more words

The Space at Center Stage

For those of you unfamiliar with me, body image has been a fairly constant struggle of mine for most of my life. This struggle has intensified at several different point in my life, the most recent being with the up and down weight bouncing I experienced post-baby. 650 more words

Personal Reflection

The Tiredness of Happy

GenCon 2015 is over and I am now home, preparing to re-enter life as normal.

But last night! Oh, last night! I was “on” last night and determined to have as much fun as possible. 566 more words

Personal Reflection

Ablaze or Burnout?

Burnout! In fact, I am going to strangle the next person that uses the word “amazing.” I was watching a television show and in every sentence, that word was used. 612 more words

Observation

Still Good

Today, I had the opportunity to teach my two-and-a-half-year-old daughter an important lesson. Today, her Stuffy broke. For those of you not in the know, Stuffy is a blue dragon stuffed animal from the Disney Junior show “Doc McStuffins”. 389 more words

Life

When Connections Fray

A friend of mine said something interesting to me back in March. She said, “akes me wonder what the next big bonding experience will be,” in reference to mutual friendships and how they have progressed. 1,036 more words

Personal Reflection

Spotlight: Hannah Brencher, TED Talk: "Love Letters to Strangers"

As a fellow epistophile and lover of letters, I admire Hannah Brencher a great deal and have participated in her love letter writing initiative several times. 51 more words

Life