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Art Day: Morse Code

While I was a student at the University of Oklahoma, I had the great pleasure to hear David Mccullough speak a couple of times on the Founding Fathers and other revolutionary topics.  I have also read multiple books by him, including 1776, John Adams, The Great Bridge and my favorite thus far, The Greater Journey.…

Writing Appreciation Wednesday

The Path That Leads Nowhere by Corinne Roosevelt Robinson (1861-1933) Corinne was the sister to President Theodore Roosevelt.  I found this in a book of Poetry while my flight was delayed in Austin on my way to see a friend in Houston.  I bolded the last paragraph, because it is my favorite part of the…

Music Appreciation Day

So, in a better effort to get back into the posting habit, I have decided to bring back Art Appreciation Monday, as you saw with yesterdays post.  For Tuesday’s then, I have decided to go with Music Appreciation.  Lately, I have had the same album on repeat and the biggest man crush possible on Ed…

Art Appreciation Day

BuzzFeed Article: Which Famous Painting Are You My results are as follows: You’re Picasso’s “Girl Before a Mirror”! This masterpiece was painted in 1932 during Picasso’s cubism period. Picasso very bold with his artwork, charting new artistic territory. Like his cubist work of art, you’re progressive, modern, liberal and a deep thinker. You create your life…

Travel Writing: Stuck in Austin

The idea behind Travel Writing is simple. While on vacation or traveling out of town, I write. I began writing when I have free time, whatever is on my mind and when I get back, I type it up and post it. Very minimal editing. This was written during my 3 day weekend trip to…