The Sun

I’ve come to rely on the sun The way a child does its mother So when the clouds move in And the sun is nowhere to be found I must trust it will return And it always does Flickering before beaming Filling all shadows with shades of yellow Orange Citrus rays skip across the sidewalk … Continue reading The Sun

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The Revival

  When my grandmother passed away several years ago, I salvaged a few dusters from her boxes of belongings. Dusters are basically Filipino "house dresses" or in American terms, muumuus. I wanted to repurpose them, use the beautiful fabrics that use to adorn her silhouette and bring new life to my space. As I was leaving, … Continue reading The Revival

Let It Flow

Last night, the sun was so vast and breathtaking as I was driving, I had to stop, get out and try to get some shots of it melting into the lake. A flock of geese started to "honk" (just learned that sound they make is called that--I'm not going to pretend that I didn't just google that) … Continue reading Let It Flow

Still I Rise

The first book I ever purchased was "Poems" by Maya Angelou. I brought $10 to school that day because I had been looking forward to the book fair for weeks--I must have been in 5th grade. I circled the aisles and something drew me to this book with the teal cover and photo of a woman … Continue reading Still I Rise