Some fun facts and interesting information all about Kansas City, the midwestern city that I call home.
I’ve been at my new position for over six months now. So, voila: my new cube.
I guess they weren’t kidding about this blizzard- a KC Snow storm hit today, with snow falling at a rate of about three inches an hour.
I write you here because I do not know where else to go with it. We celebrated your life yesterday in a beautiful church; now I am left only with silence.
Well, apparently October is Adopt a Shelter Dog month. Usually I’m slightly annoyed by the fact that every month has multiple causes it’s “dedicated” to. But this is a cause I can really get behind. I’ve been looking to bring in a dog to foster recently. I found Walter through a good friend of mine…
Memorial writing for Doug Arrow. “Some people seem to fade away but then when they are truly gone, it’s like they didn’t fade away at all.” ― Bob Dylan
A NEW VIEW: I’m loving my new job more than ever. This is my new ‘cube’- AND I FINALLY GOT A WINDOW. It’s all coming up roses now.
Vernal Equinox Springtime photography taken in my secret garden in the heartland of America, Kansas.
A rant about various minor annoyances at concerts that I’ve encountered throughout the years. Bitchfest GO!
I’ve been working in the garden a lot this week. Long story short: enter Mr. Frecklebottom.
My latest collage, mixed media piece- Tomorrow Ends Today.
I have been working constantly on my New Portfolio for potential clients & employers for the past two days. I have to say, I’m pretty happy with how it’s turning out so far. Check it out if you feel so inclined!
Found a lot of documents in the attic of my house recently, including this page from a book. Also there was a check from 1958, a few more ’50’s legal papers & homework on famous explorers with doodles drawn in the margin lines. I know my house was built around 1935- so I figure, maybe…
the leaves have fallen from the trees again, night comes early & its always too late. cold wind & fires burning. the previous seasons vibrance drenching the dead world in color one final time. hello autumn.