Monthly Archive
for: ‘March, 2009’

The Creative Family

I bought The Creative Family by Amanda Soule a year ago when it came out, and I’ve just pulled it off the shelf again, refreshing my memory of everything I want to do with Liliana.  For a peek at Amanda Soule’s lovely, thoughtful, creative blog, go here.  For her other projects, click on the various […]

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Rilke’s Book of Hours & Dan’s Painting

If you love to read poems that make you gasp slightly, that say something to the deep core of you, you’ll love Rilke’s Book of Hours: Love Poems to God, translated by Anita Barrows and Joanna Macy.  It’s no secret I’m a fan of Rilke; in fact I’ve taken my blog name from one of […]

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Cheap Thrills

Two days ago, my friend Sara sent me a blog link on how to make brightly colored pasta (you can view Simply Radiant’s very creative site here).  Sara’s girls were having a heyday with theirs–making necklaces, sorting them with a tweezers, gluing them onto construction paper.  Don’t you remember doing something similar as a child?  […]

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Eclectic Tastes

Since I’m still in the throes of reorganizing my life after a busy trip, I thought I’d show you what ongoing research (f0r me) entails.  I follow all leads, both for my novel writing and my screenplay writing, and this makes for many haphazard (but sometimes serendipitous) connections. Right now, on my desk, the following […]

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Jesus, Are You Real?

Dan and I are fans of Mason Jennings, having seen him three times now in concert–once with Jack Johnson, whom we also love.  There’s a realness and mellowness about him that can’t be beat with other performers, and we think he’s much better in person than he is on his CDs.  Check him out sometime. […]

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