Although I have been slow with my blog this year, it has nevertheless been an interesting first couple of months. Most of the time has been spent reflecting on the world around me and the effect others can have on our lives whether we welcome their contributions/intrusions or not. When I wrote The Colour Connection, […]Continue reading
Tag Archives: Emotions in Evolution
Looking for Alibrandi, Italians and poetry
These days, I have so much happening that blogging and my timeline fail to connect. This particular post is a good example. This is the twentieth time I have sat down to write it (not kidding). Each time I get so far and then read it and don’t understand a thing I have said. I […]Continue reading
The bird outside my window
I never know what the topic of my post will be until I sit at the computer. Sometimes I wish I were more of a planner, more precise in vision and in general and I don’t necessarily mean with my writing. However, I have one of the minds that never stops and so ideas fling […]Continue reading
Love under the microscope
According to the blogging ‘rules’ I do everything wrong. I jump topics, I don’t use enough passive, or I use too much passive voice – it’s a headache. I can see the value in SEO and I am making a real effort to learn more. The truth though, my truth is that I never know […]Continue reading
Forgotten Magic, a look at nature from Emotions in Eruption
Thought I would do a poem this post. I have used nature as my muse in all three of my books, Emotions in Eruption, Emotions in Evolution and my new one Emotions in Existence. I am convinced if we allowed it, nature would enrich our lives to an extent that would surprise us. It’s not […]Continue reading
Random Acts of Kindness – the joy of mate-ship, and who has your back?
Random acts of kindness are an inspiration. They mean that someone has our back. I read this in an article written a couple of years ago entitled Who is on your Team by Alison Winn Scotch and then the other day Thrive Global were asking for pieces to do with just this subject. I was […]Continue reading
The world in colour by The Human Hand.
Writing poetry just happened. I didn’t intend it and I don’t even know if I am good at it. There is a chance I could suck completely. Despite this I keep going. Ideas seem to spring up out of nowhere and scream at me, demanding their release. So many experiences in my life have left […]Continue reading