Mom, writer, cook, eater, media consumer, photographer

So after almost a year of starting this blog, I still don’t exactly have a focus. Lately, I have been getting more into photography, and just enjoyed completing the Photo 101 course. But I also like to post about baking, cooking, and I will have more to say about gardening once Winter finally decides to leave us alone. I’m still reading and writing occasionally, but haven’t been blogging much about it. I enjoy having this little space to be creative, and to keep track of recipes, thoughts, photos, or events until they fade away in my memory. Perhaps, as I thought almost a year ago, “shit that I’m interested in” just about sums that up.

I suppose at the moment my blog could be considered unfocused. I started out writing about The Dresden Files, then added some gardening posts, and some book spine poems. Who knows what else I’ll add. Maybe that’s why I don’t have a tagline yet. I could call it “shit that I’m interested in” but that sounds a bit crass. I’m new. I’ll just see where this goes…

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  1. Hi Cynthia: I nominated you for the Four Elements Photo Challenge. I hope you don’t mind. The Challenge: Post four photos that illustrate the elements Air, Fire, Water and Earth. The added poetry is not part of the challenge criteria. I added that feature on my own. This is supposed to be fun. Don’t worry if you are unable to participate or to nominate four other bloggers. Here is the link to my post for your reference. https://lightwalker1.wordpress.com/2015/04/08/four-elements-photo-challenge/ In love and light Cheryle

    1. Thank you for thinking of me! So it looks like, judging by your post, I should answer your questions, and then I should write some questions of my own to send to fellow bloggers that I nominate?

  2. You have an interesting blog….Your photography has a simplistic yet very tasteful flair to it. Keep going down this journey and soon around the bend you might find what you are looking for.

  3. I think it’s great to have a blog that covers a lot of different areas. I read quite a few like that, so you’re by no means alone. It’s good to be versatile and I’m sure you’ll have fun with it. πŸ™‚

  4. Hi Cynthia, just thought I would stop by and say hi and thank you for the ‘like’ on my ‘Mom’s Cornish Pasties’. I look forward in reading your interesting site πŸ™‚ . From what I see, it is great and you are so creative. I am going to love it. Have a good weekend.

    1. Thank you, Lynne! I hope you enjoyed my blog. I don’t really have a focus and tend to post a lot of different stuff. I came across your blog when Lynn highlighted it on Lynz Real Cooking. She always has interesting stories and recipes on her blog!

    1. Thank you, Carol! I’m glad I’m not the only one whose blog is kind of all over the place. I hope you enjoy my posts, and let me know if you want to chat about something or have a question!

  5. Hi, Cynthia! Lynn from Lynz Real Cooking sent me your way. What a beautiful blog you have! I thinks it’s great that you have so many interests and talents to share! Looking forward to exploring more… ~Jean

  6. Hi Cynthia! Thank you for visiting my blog. I’m very glad it led me to yours! You have an incredible blog, looking forward to more πŸ™‚ – Faye

    1. Hi Faye! Thanks for stopping by! I’m glad you found some things that you enjoyed πŸ™‚ I’m looking forward to reading more about your travel adventures!

  7. Unfocused is one translation. Unencumbered and Unlimited are the translations at the opposite end of the spectrum. And I prefer the later two. It makes it much easier to go where ever the day takes you. And different days should take us all in different directions.

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