Pine boughs mittened, each finger cuddled in quilted fleece. © 2018 by Violet Nesdoly (All rights reserved) This morning we awoke to a winter wonderland! The Capture Your 365 prompt today was “Prompt Free.” How convenient-- a perfect invite to capture the snow on a crystalline morning.
Last Saturday the #CY365 photo prompt was “Currently Reading.” Two of the books I’m reading are the Bible book of Revelation along with Discipleship on the Edge by Darrell Johnson—a book about Revelation (which two of our pastors are teaching a class of seniors and others on Tuesday afternoons). The teaching sessions and the book… Continue reading #CY365 Currently reading – Revelation
A Hobby My pencil has begun to tell simple stories © 2018 by Violet Nesdoly (All rights reserved) (“A Hobby” was the photo prompt for Feb. 13, from Capture Your 365 [#CY365] February list.) And the finished piece inspired by the Matt Tommey’s 30-day Art Challenge (of which I've done a mere four so far)… Continue reading A Hobby
I love challenges. I find myself eagerly jumping in to writing and art challenges of all kinds. Keeping up with them is another thing though! This year my one-little-word is FOCUS, I’m trying to put it into practice by actually imposing some focus on my life. One area of focus is to eliminate some of… Continue reading Challenges & a few PINK poems
I have returned to an old habit—following the Capture Your 365 daily photo prompt challenge (#CY365), and pairing the photos with a few lines. I'm finding it’s really quite doable if I keep up with it. So, without ado, here are some of this week’s captures: Last Saturday’s prompt was WITH WORDS. Here is the… Continue reading A January week
First of all, HAPPY THANKSGIVING to all my American friends! On December 11th last year, an apartment complex that I pass on one of my walking routes burned. It wasn’t totally destroyed but has been unliveable these many months as it’s being repaired. Though it's not the most beautiful subject, there is something compelling about… Continue reading Layered deconstruction
I wasn’t going to join in on Poetry Friday today, then went to Linda’s roundup, found her post on Adelaide Crapsey and the cinquain form, and decided to put something up after all. The cinquain is one of the short forms I’ve written in when composing poems in response to the daily photography prompts I’ve… Continue reading Five Cinquains