Evening meditation time. It was too cloudy tonight for clear StarTrail photography but the clouds were amazing! It was like painting with long exposure. I was using Bob’s Canon EOS 7D Mark II for this set. Grateful to have creative friends to do things like this with! #namaste
Evening meditation time. This is one of my photos from walking the Blackstone Canal at River Bend in Uxbridge on Sunday. The canal was mirror-smooth. With the above world getting dark at sunset, the water created just amazing reflections. It was almost spooky, as if the “world we walked” was in shadows and looking down one was seeing the upside-down real world. #namaste
Evening meditation time – I’m blessed with creative inspirational friends. I had a blast this weekend! #namaste
Evening meditation time. Great evening watching movies with James (my son) & Juliet (the cat). This is a photo from 2000. How they’ve both grown! #namaste
Evening meditation time. Grateful for support of family in all I do. Sis Jenn helped lots with RomanceClass! She’s on the left, and I’m on the right. We were doing a Special Olympics volunteer day. I have our brother Cassion in my lap :). #namaste
RomanceClass turns 14 today! Thank you all for supporting love romance and happiness for 14 years!
Evening meditation time – these candles are in San Juan, Puerto Rico. I treasure my memories of my lovely trip there with my mom and stepfather. #namaste
Evening meditation time. Grateful I live in a time of self-publishing indie authors where all voices can be heard. I helped several fellow authors with promotions today and the opportunities in our modern world are just astounding, compared even with ten years ago. #namaste
Evening meditation time – I’m finishing up the sending of Mused Literary Review letters. I’m so grateful we help artists around the world be heard. Join me in meditating even for five minutes, it brings great benefits. #namaste
It’s finally gone free! It seems Amazon is taking longer and longer to price match my books for some reason. I should be grateful, though – I’ve been trying for three months to get my 13th medieval book, Seeing a Ghost, into KU and they’re still not implementing it. They claim I didn’t write my own book :). One challenge at a time 🙂 Here’s this one all set, at least!