just like Christmas waiting to open them!
dipped in coffee and embellished with coffee beans
and foil candy wrappers.--we were all in awe!
and reading prose done by women surviving breast cancer.
(Sorry about some of the pictures being blurry!)
( new female form of hero) or goddess--here we
see one student with small kids as SuperMom
in their own ways. I can relate very well to these pages!
while embellishing it with lush colors and textures
(My spell check doesn't think foremothers
is a word--what's up with that?)
our section on grief and remembrance
I'm going to put in a plug here for Dot Hearn's blog. She is having a giveaway of Bonnie Hearn Hill's new book. Bonnie and Dot aren't blood relations--Bonnie was married to Dot's uncle for many years--but they share a passion for writing and reading. Stop by and read Dot's interview with Bonnie and enter the contest! I often find wisdom on this blog that applies to visual as well as written art, and Bonnie's interview certainly made me think and inspired me.
I loved Bonnie's book, Aries Rising. It is a young adult novel, but I was glued to it despite my having passed that age many eons ago! I look forward to the next in the Star Crossed series. And the book doesn't have any vampires or zombies! What a relief...Just good, entertaining, and thoughtful writing.