I love learning and stretching my perspective; I love sharing what I find with others, and learning and stretching more in the process.
I offer up this virtual Sunday paper, filled with things I have read and enjoyed recently, in the spirit of learning and sharing.
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And now, this week’s buffet of ideas….on the second anniversary of this blog! The cellular peptide cake (with mint frosting) is at the center of the table. Help yourself!
Word Play Your Way Into Your Writing Flow: Green, Yellow, Blue… - Julie Jordan Scott of Julie Unplugged offers this lovely, haiku-rich exploration of creativity.
The Girl Who Hated Books
When there is a correct answer –
Does Unschooling Mean “Anything Goes”? - Jennifer McGrail, fellow unschooling mom, gives an accessible and realistic analysis of what unschooling is, how it works, and what it looks like in real live families at her blog, The Path Less Taken.
People We Don’t Like: When Others Push Our Buttons –Lori Deschene of Tiny Buddha explores her own personal distaste for someone she knows, and how her own perceptions affect her.
The last word: He said he was leaving. She ignored him. – The Week shares this fascinating essay about what happens when one partner will not agree to make a personal crisis a marriage crisis.
Write. Life. Blend. 6 Easy Steps to a Work. Life. Blend For Writers – Hunter Emkay’s infographic, at Hunting Down Writing, is intended for writing, but is good advice for all aspects of life.
Hows and Whys:
How Do They Recycle Paper? - This brings to mind the recycled paper mill where my father worked when I was a girl. I can almost smell it and feel the dried blobs of paper pulp that stuck to his work clothes!
HD Mandelbrot Fractal Tour Guide
Smiles and Laughter:
- I’m a doctor, not a ————–! Go McCoy!
- Amusing Propaganda! (the irony is that this is a video about reading….)
- Sad Cat Diary -