Feathering Fridays: True Confessions of a Project Runway Geek….

Originally posted on The Prayerful Peacock:
With thoughts sublime, inane, and somewhere in between,I offer you these reflections on my enjoyment of Project Runway: Truth: when I first heard of this show, we did not have cable. I was wont to dismiss it regardless of that fact, thinking, “seriously? what next? Is this the survivor mentality gone astray?”…

Feathering Fridays: True Confessions of a Project Runway Geek….

With thoughts sublime, inane, and somewhere in between,I offer you these reflections on my enjoyment of Project Runway: Truth: when I first heard of this show, we did not have cable. I was wont to dismiss it regardless of that fact, thinking, “seriously? what next? Is this the survivor mentality gone astray?” Truth: my youngest daughter rented season … More Feathering Fridays: True Confessions of a Project Runway Geek….

Monday spiritual Ruminations: one last reflection on DVA…

October is nearly gone. The leaves, colors, scents all are whisked away by winds portending the coming of Winter. With the passing of this month goes a heightened awareness of Domestic Violence. Today’s post is one last reflection, one that speaks to the hope of healing. It elicits an earlier time of year that seems … More Monday spiritual Ruminations: one last reflection on DVA…

Feathering Fridays: Top 10

It’s time for a seasonal top 10 so here are my Fall faves (in no particular order): berry tones–plum, maroon, marsala, wine, bittersweet… deep shades of turquoise marries forest green black turtlenecks in sheer wools, cashmere, cotton blends, rayons boots, booties, bootlets… blacktaupecream..in every conceivable concoction long gloves tights layering with a purpose [I like … More Feathering Fridays: Top 10

Monday spiritual Ruminations: and hope must be their names.

Tonight I pose  questions, ruminations, and a call for healing and hope. I first penned this poem four years ago, upon hearing of yet another murder resulting from domestic violence. I wonder if hope has been given a chance in the aftermath. A woman was killed Wednesday afternoon in what police described as a suspected domestic … More Monday spiritual Ruminations: and hope must be their names.