Winter. It’s cold. The landscape is filled with faded browns and grays.Read More
If you were to walk in our front door—the fancy one, not the friendly one in the kitchen—you’d be surprised, maybe, by all the colors you’d see. The walls in the hallway are a pretty taupe, but the rooms themselves are different colors, based on the furniture and the art on the walls...Read More
What can be dancing with joy, dark with anger, or full of questions?
What have inspired paintings, poems, songs, and other works of art and are often called windows of the soul?Read More
Giving thanks can be an occasional thing, but gratitude is a state or feeling. It’s a discipline worth cultivating.Read More
It’s finally beginning to feel like fall here. The leaves have just started changing, and there’s a chill in the air.
Fall used to be one of my least favorite seasons because it means that summer is officially over, winter is coming, and orange, my least favorite color, is as ubiquitous as, well, pumpkin-flavored-everything.Read More
Even if you aren’t a painter or designer or dancer, you can still develop your creativity and bring creativity into your daily life. Here are a few ideas that have worked for me:Read More