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Tag Archives: NANOWRIMO
November. Those of you that know enough of National Novel Writing Month, one thing sticks out to you when you first read about this. 50, 000 words in a month. No way. Some walk away – but if you think … Continue reading
November as you probably will know, in fact is National Novel Writing Month (NANOWRIMO – get it? take a close look at the abbreviation and you will see how that works out) and I stare down a 7th year of … Continue reading
In visiting the Tamayo Museum today, on an amazing Mexican Sunday full of sunshine, families, and endless possibilities, the same could be said of Francis Aly’s exhibit. Often many people see Art as an end, the ultimate source of creative … Continue reading
“Mr. Brake, it breaks my heart to know that you are also going to leave Repentino. I understand why, but I just feel our little Repentino. family grew up too fast and flew out of the … Continue reading