Tag Archives: creative

Why I like where I work

(This post is to hide the post below it. Alex doesn’t like me to brag, or do anything that resembles bragging. But I tell her I had her, and I can do what I want….including being sneaky.) I can ride … Continue reading

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Mankind is No Island

I posted this yesterday on re:design and had my highest day of views ever. It’s really an amazing little film, challenging us to consider our response to the homeless. (Apologies if you saw it there yesterday and are feeling like … Continue reading

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lesson learned

It’s a good idea (perhaps) to be sure you know how to cast off before you cast on. Not that you need to know everything, but knowing how to stop, if you need to, might be helpful. Otherwise, it’s just … Continue reading

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so kim, what’s with the blogging thing?

A relative asked me last Thanksgiving. She was genuinely puzzled as to why I would blog, and I genuinely didn’t have an answer.  This is as close as I can come. It’s an experiment to see if the moments of … Continue reading

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wordle~words as art

I am about to turn you on to the coolest site…www.wordle.net. Plug in your URL (for your blog) or any text, and you get art. It pulls out the most frequent words used and arranges them…in seconds. You can add … Continue reading

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Words for a frolicking Friday

Wordinista wishes she could take credit for these. She can only take credit for unearthing them from a Merriam-Webster site for fabulous words that didn’t make it into the dictionary. If I were Merriam, I would give them a page … Continue reading

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Words for the weekend

It’s always helpful to have a few good words tucked into one’s back pocket, particularly when entering a weekend. My offerings for your consideration… Gobsmacked. From Grover. It means astonished. This is how he shared it with me: “A British … Continue reading

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