Things have been busy these days. Time for fun blogging is few and far between. I’m also trying to revamp the site, add a few more bells and whistles, menus, a newsletter, so this site is a bit “under construction.” (Thank you for your patience.) Right now I am contributing some fiction, poetry, and… Continue reading Everything That Rose, Finally Converged
I shot these on Friday night, June 3, 2016. The reservoir is just a short walk behind my building complex. The last time I went out to take pictures on the reservoir was maybe 2013 or 2014. It is a really, quiet place. I feel spiritually connected there because I am in nature, and it… Continue reading A Backyard Photographic Jaunt
I took a trip up to Londonderry, NH for a doctor’s appointment. The house that Robert Frost’s father, William, purchased for him and his first wife, Ilinor is located only 10 minutes away in Derry, NH. It was a working farm which Robert maintained for a few years during the years he lived there between… Continue reading A Trip to Robert Frost Farm
This was a blog I posted to another blog created by a former graduate student. He graduated from the school where I work as a librarian. The domain went dormant. I re-post it here because it came up in conversation on Friday with a doctoral student interested in Theopoetics, and practicing theology in the art… Continue reading #ThrowbackSunday Spirituality In the Stacks
I have been mucking about in the kitchen. I can hear the collective gasps from here. I am not good on the range. I make very simple, basic meals and probably use the microwave far too much. In an effort to change my ways, and because I’ve had a shift in dietary lifestyle, I have… Continue reading Paleo Pancakes
This paper was written and submitted for an art history course I took in 2001, during the fall semester of my senior year of college. The focus of the paper are two artists’ renderings of an exterior and an interior of two different sacred spaces. The artists are Giovanni Battista Piranesi’and Jean-Baptiste Isabey, the latter’s… Continue reading #ThrowbackSunday: Art History, Piranesi & Isabey
Hopefully, this will be the first in a series of posts dispatched on Sundays called #ThrowbackSunday. Sunday is a day of reflection and respite. Many of these pieces were written in the past and are reflections on art, life, and cultures. Some may in the form of prose and others in the form of poetry.… Continue reading #ThrowbackSunday: E.T.