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- Someone Asked Me to Take “Everyday” Photos
- FURLOUGHED: Week One
- Let Us Pray
- Pandemic Panic
- When a Good Student becomes a Bad Student
- Sunday in the [Frozen] Park
- Pay Through the Nose? Or Let the Damn Dog Die?
- A Welcome Break
- Happy Valentine’s Day
- Teddy Rosalie Goes to the Library
- If It Ain’t One Thing, It’s Another …
- Maybe This Explains It
- Seeing the Light
- Holiday Greetings 2019
- The Office Dinner
- One Bad Photo, Two Yummy Photos
- Mirror, Mirror
- The Pet Photographer
- A Little of This, A Little of That
Tag Archives: creativity
I’ve seen more than a few posts recently from bloggers who claim to have run out of ideas for stories. In order to keep the blogosphere running as it should (because I’m just so wonderful), I’m making an unusual … Continue reading
Being “under the weather” on a weekend sucks, doesn’t it? I had plans for today – shopping, maybe a little outside photography (despite the cold weather). But I’m just not up to it today. Perhaps I did too much that … Continue reading
… or at least re-absorbed. When I created Not Cordelia’s Mom (a/k/a Not CM) in 2014, I felt like I was two different people: the calm, professional woman who could handle pretty much everything and who wrote Cordelia’s Mom, Still on … Continue reading