Just recently, Pope Francis offered an apology on behalf of the Catholic church to the Indigenous peoples of Canada. This was for the churche's actions, and lack thereof, in the residential schools throughout he 20th Century. This is a step forward in the healing. This poem below, I wrote last year when unmarked graves were… Continue reading April is Poetry Month: My Poem: Humbled Through Truth
This is me in a thrift store in southern USA. So much fun. I ended up buying a top quality cast iron fry pan for $6. And yes, I'm using it. When I go to town I love to browse through thrift stores. I'm never looking for anything in particular, but enjoy the mishmash of… Continue reading WWW Wednesday #39. Whimsy, Wonder, and Weird all For You in A Thrift Store.
We all know how sensitive we are as writers. It can take a long time to actually embrace the title of Writer, so let's not kill it for other writers. There are FIVE Questions NOT to ask someone who you meet and say they're a writer. Source: Unsplash: Andrea Davis 1. Where can I buy… Continue reading Top Five Questions You Should Never Ask A Writer