Messages from Colleen

MY Reality–PT. II

  My Realty – Part 1 My world is woven from a desire to create a reality. Silken threads intertwine and twist in the moisture laden air, all the while I wait and ponder the divinity I seek. * * * The darkness of the swamp engulfs and challenges this veracity. Bottle green leaves and… Continue reading MY Reality–PT. II

Messages from Colleen

SoCS Saturday: AGE

This Saturday, Linda from her blog, “Linda G. Hill, Life in Progress,” asked us to write about age.  This request is part of our Stream of Consciousness Saturday which is open to everyone.  Click here to find the rules. (Image credit: favimages, 8/30/14) Age is an interesting topic.  If you are young, you want to… Continue reading SoCS Saturday: AGE

Photography

My Reality

My world is woven from a desire to create a reality. Silken threads intertwine and twist in the moisture laden air, all the while I wait and ponder the divinity I seek. * * * The darkness of the swamp engulfs and challenges this veracity. Bottle green leaves and vines encircle my retreat, drawing wisdom… Continue reading My Reality

Messages from Colleen

Gardens In My Mind

This is my first effort at writing a Tanka poem.  Not my best, but learning is fun!   A Tanka poem is similar to a Haiku poem although it contains 5 lines with a syllable count for each line as such:  5/7/5/7/7 = 31 syllables.  Tanka poems use simile, metaphor and personification to enhance the words.… Continue reading Gardens In My Mind

Writing Tips

The Do-Over

I am proud to say that today, I am working on my “DO-OVER.”  You know, where you take all the notes and summaries of books that you want to write and finally combine them into a conceivable semblance of some kind of order. Finally I have a plan! I have struggled with the development of… Continue reading The Do-Over

Messages from Colleen

Take A Walk!

Walking in nature every morning clears my brain for the day I will face ahead.  I am lucky to live in the country near Pensacola, Florida, where wide open spaces dominate!  This is a photo of the helicopter field behind our house where the U. S. Navy Helicopter Training students practice almost daily.  Nice to… Continue reading Take A Walk!