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Photo Friday, No. 418

Current Photo Friday theme: Translucent

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100 Happy Days: 51

There’s a wide median running the length of Heights Boulevard, and it currently features a number of sculptures as part of a public art installation called “True North.” Of course it’s no surprise which of the sculptures appealed to me. … Continue reading

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100 Happy Days: 42

More mail! The origami butterfly is from Renee the Beautiful Dog of St. Louis, made by her person Rob just for me. Thank you Rob and Renee! And the post card is another from Marika, who says that Branson traffic … Continue reading

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Tiny People

Yesterday when I posted a photo of my wee customized RPM van and said I needed to find some tiny people to go along with it, it made me think of a work of art I saw last year with … Continue reading

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Button Sunday

The last few days have been mostly miserable in world and entertainment news, and you know I generally don’t focus on miserable things on this blog. There’s plenty of that to be found elsewhere, in the views of people smarter … Continue reading

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100 Happy Days: 25

When I have a migraine, everyone at The Compound finds quiet things to do. That helps.

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100 Happy Days: 11

From Rob and Renee in St. Louis, I have received my own origami cow, as folded by Rob, to personalize. Now if only no one “spoils” my intentions for how I want to personalize my cow: to be continued…

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Button Sunday

Believe it.

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Button Sunday

Many years ago as a wee lass, I was taught by a bunch of hippies–the original variety–how to use mandalas for meditation and reflection. It’s been interesting to see the way mandalas have reappeared in my life through the years … Continue reading

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A little bit of magic

Last year before the Saints and Sinners Literary Festival, Tim and I had only recently turned in the manuscript for Best Gay Romance 2014. Our editors at Cleis realized that because of an error in our contract, the manuscript wasn’t … Continue reading

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