Pandemic Lockdown Essential Worker Declaration BLM Movement Rioting & Looting I Co-Worker Murdered Deracho (Intense Winds & Thunderstorm) Rioting & Looting II Working in a grocery store, especially where my department is located near the front door, is ideal for … Continued
A dutiful student, my daughter’s attendance record was near perfect. She completed homework assignments. Practiced piano daily. Didn’t skip a beat to help her mother, while Dad was away on a corporate photo assignment. A rugged schedule for any eight year-old, week after week, since early January. Official spring break wouldn’t be for another month!
An avid and devoted vegetable gardener got me thinking after I he said, “The seed catalogs will arriving soon.” Early January and he’s already planning his summer garden! Then, I remembered the insight I discovered while writing the Row By … Continued
After weeks of writing, editing, editing, editing, and illustrating, Cecelia’s Garden, it is now publicly available. Waiting patiently during the KDP Amazon review process, I checked the status three times yesterday. This morning when I check I saw the green … Continued
Researchers have highlighted how the OODA Loop can improve decision-making, especially under stressful situations like combat. Another aspect of procession a heave volume of information with OODA is improved cognitive capacity. By applying and repeating the Loop productivity increases as well as one’s ability to adapt to change.
My latest calla pastel painting series has been adapted for my ShopVida Design storefront. These 100% silk scarves are large, 35″ square; my favorite size. Add a fresh touch of color and visual texture to your little black dress with … Continued
I posted that to my Instagram feed earlier this week which was a retaliation of my own frustrations with creativity and concentration. We know, it’s common sense, that exercise of any sort ignites our brain function. Walk or bike ride in … Continued