The seasons of life Spiral on and Autumn catches us again
The Teachers that I have read and known talk about using Death as an adviser. If we take time to realize that there are ends and new beginning we start to be able to place things in the proper perspective in life. Autumn reminds us that there are things that pass away, that when we get close to death we more forcefully perceive life.
Headboy has heard rumors that there is an organization that may be a threat to him and all his friends. Bushy is cynical, but T. Stone knows what is going on and it may not be as bad as we thought. Check it all out in the continuing adventures of Headboy and Mr. Moon!
If you’ve missed any of the adventure be sure to check it out here!
The wonder of the world is that it consists of an infinite number of disparate perceptions that we all live with whether we choose them or others do, but in the end we can only see through our own eyes and tell our own stories about what it is we believe we see. You choose the stories you tell and therefore the world that you and those around you live in. You are responsible for that. So, what story do you choose?
Tarns are fantastic: Thank you fantasy novels
I love Forgotten Realms fantasy novels, mostly because of R. A. Salvatore and his long adventured dark-elf ranger Drizzt. As I was reading some of the more recent novels that have come out in the world of the Forgotten Realms (they love the change the whole world up every couple of years) I ran across something totally out of my vocab and personal experiences – tarns. I had to look the word up on the spot to even know what it was. So today I find a great site with copyright free pictures and low and behold there are tarns! Check it out.
Mountain lakes! Now I love Ohio, I really do, but a Canfield boy turned Columbus man, even one whose been to a number of countries, just doesn’t run across tarns much. So thanks to Paul S. Kemp and his novel The Godborn for expanding my world a bit and to the site New Old Stock for the pic!
It’s both inspiration and helps with the work itself, it’s Coffee!
My latest mixed-media painting is complete. It’s a bit bigger and took a bit longer than the recent Fairy Tale pieces took. Sometimes the art pieces seem to create themselves and sometimes it feels like I’m wrestling with my muse to create what I sense. Feel free to click for larger images on the medium pics below and remember that this piece along with many others, can be purchased at my Etsy store: Artistic Avenues Explored with Joy.