In the 21st century, we have forgotten the artistic and poetic ways of communication. Today, it is easier than ever to communicate with an individual. Within seconds, a message can be sent to someone thousands of miles away. Communication is no longer personal, no longer beautiful, no longer creatively enjoyable. Unfortunately, texts and emails have… Continue reading Handwritten Letters
So, I have been gone for a bit. My husband and me just moved so that has had me quite busy for the last month. I am settling into my new home and I love it! I move way too often and this will be our last move until we decide to buy our own.… Continue reading Oil Painting Essentials.
While the time I was gone from Paymore, I had heard many terrible things happening. One was that Bebe, who had worked for Paymore ten years, was a wonderful employee and person, quit. In my opinion, among others, it wasn’t her fault. Dolores had a vendetta against her because Bebe smarted off to her at a… Continue reading Paymore Shoestore Fast-Forward: Vol. II
Being that I am a fan of Into the Wild, I am always looking out for stories similar to Krakauer’s work. When this was available, I got it with great interest. James and his daughter Aidan, go to Alaska’s Artic National Wildlife Refuge to help a long time friend build a new cabin before the… Continue reading Braving It: James Campbell
Today’s post I am fast-forwarding to the beginning of 2015 at Paymore Shoestore. I feel this story is something that needs to be told. Because of the length of this blog I will be posting it in sections. It all started February 2015 when our manager at the time Tris, which I must say was… Continue reading Paymore Shoestore Fast-Forward: Vol. I
Yay for me! I picked something that was not a coloring book this time. So, I started hearing about this new “adult” coloring book fad around Christmas last year. I loved coloring as a kid and I would like to consider myself an artist since I dabble with different mediums and took an art class… Continue reading Wonderland: A whimsical coloring book
This review is long over-due. When I took my book reviewing hiatus I apparently forgot to finish up some book reviews and didn’t realize that until I signed back up to the reviewing companies I had originally belonged to. So here is my mediocre review of a book that I haven’t picked up since first reading it… Continue reading Sweeter than Birdsong: Rosslyn Elliott