I recently finished reading The Goodbye Quilt by Susan Wiggs, in which Linda takes a cross-country road trip with her daughter, Molly, to start college, working on a quilt along the journey and musing on
As much as I hate shilling for a large corporation, I just had to share with you the high-tops I designed online at Converse’s website.
I recently read an excerpt from The Pain Chronicles, a book by Melanie Thernstrom, a reporter who experienced chronic neck and arm pain, the treatment of which proved elusive.
Before he died, maybe 6 months ago, my Dad suggested that maybe it was time for me to give up playing basketball. After all, he noted, I’m in my 50s and I have chronic back pain. I play with a brace on my left knee
I just read a most wonderful blog post by Keri Smith, in which she tells a tale of her life in pictures and words, because “I have been working on a plot to infiltrate the system and inject it with my subversive ideas.”
A few months ago, I took a weekend workshop on printmaking using a hand drill on woodblocks to create imagery. The instructor, master printmaker Steve Prince, included on his work a stamp of something he called a “chop”: essentially, a graphic signature.
A new book came out this month, Women Of Design: Influence and Inspiration From the Original Trailblazers to the New Groundbreakers. I’m not in it.