Category Archives: Literature

My House of Belonging

being alone can bring with it the sensibility that one is somehow lacking ♥ that one has somehow failed if notView full post »

Stacks and Stacks of Books

I’ve been noticing a design trend where homeowners place stacks of books on the floor.. I love that.. since mostView full post »

On Synchronicity

I found this quote to be so positive and encouraging, I thought I’d share it with you tonight. Imagining a worldView full post »

“Above all, be alone with it all”

“Above all, be alone with it all, a hiving off, a corner of silence amidst the noise, refuse to talk even toView full post »

Hear the Voice by William Blake

Hear the Voice Here the voice of the Bard, Who present, past and future, sees; Whose ears have heard The HolyView full post »

Father Earth, Spring Rain & David Whyte

♥ Our dry earth is welcoming our first spring rain.. I imagine it greedy, gulping it down like my dog slurps waterView full post »

New on Just a Smidgen – Desktop Wallpaper

I have this crazy love for quotes.. their implicit meaning speaks to my heart… Sometimes this world seems tooView full post »

Gingerbread Latte Recipe

“And I had but one penny in the world. Thou should’st have it to buy gingerbread.” – William Shakespeare,View full post »

Behind the Scenes: A Blog Tour of My Writing

I was asked to join a writing blog tour, so this post is a departure from the norm. My food writing friend, MarleneView full post »

Crunchy Cherry Bomb Muffins

It snowed today.. that’s about all I have to say about that.. oh, did I mention it was cloudy too? Pretty dirtyView full post »

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry.. and Other Notable Books for 2013

I love this pause between work and busy schedules because it’s my chance to catch up on reading.. both blogView full post »

No, Battement Frappé is not a Starbucks Coffee ~ Russian Winter

…it is a movement in ballet.  After viewing Black Swan, I felt compelled to madly rummage through mustyView full post »