I put “fartsy” in a blog title. Ha. In a previous blog post, I talked about asking the right question. I think that’s an easier concept for writers to think about questions. Visual artists have a harder time because they’re answering visual questions. For us, our questions don’t have “?” at the end, they just… Read More Artsy-Fartsy Questions
I’ve been staying up really late this week. Well… I always stay up late. I tell people I’m trying to be nocturnal. But this week, I’ve been staying up to read about revolvers of the Old American West: cowboys, y’all. This research actually started with Charles M. Russell, a famous painter who almost exclusively depicted the… Read More What’s a Good Question?
Here’s a scenario that I think most of us have experienced: You notice something that needs done. Let’s just say the dishes need loaded into the dishwasher, and you just got back from work/school. Sometimes you just start doing the task, not realizing how cumbersome your coat and snow boots are making the process. Or… Read More Tolerating Discomfort