Monthly Archives: July 2013

Bit of Heaven

I’m back home in Golden and much as I loved the hub-bub and high-charged energy of Taos, am now savoring quiet time.  Our deck faces east and from it, I have a view of the North Table Mountain – sometimes … Continue reading

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Another Magical Taos Experience

This is my fourth year attending the Taos Summer Writers Conference sponsored by the Univ. of New Mexico and held at the Sagebrush Inn.  In 2010, I took a class with the wonderful Annie Dawid.  Then, I studied for two … Continue reading

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Oscar Wilde Says….

“It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it.” If you are a reader, this is something to think about!

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Order this Book by a Writer Friend

Several years ago, I took a short story writing class at Lighthouse Writers in downtown Denver.  My instructor was Steven Wingate, himself a known short story writer, and I am happy to say that we became friends.  Steve has since … Continue reading

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Emmanuel Kant’s Words

Emmanuel Kant, the great philosopher, had four questions that he believed philosophy should answer:  What can I know?  What may I hope?  What ought I to do?  What is man? Hhmmm…. deep questions.  Ignoring the last one for now, any … Continue reading

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…Merely to Be Normal

The French writer and philosopher Albert Camus once said, “Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal.” Words fascinate me.  And the way we as humans assemble those words into sentences that express our thoughts …well, … Continue reading

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