The next set will be the last in my five part series, sTrEeT aRt: Through My Lens. It has been so much fun hitting the streets of San Juan, Puerto Rico and capturing these talented creations with my camera. Also by Little Miss Wordy: sTrEet aRt: Through My Lens sTrEeT aRt: Through My Lens (Set… Read More sTrEet aRt: Through My Lens (Set 4)
I watch them from the sidelines as they stand side by side on the edge of the field. Every so often they turn and high five each other, throw an arm over a teammate/friend’s shoulder. With the short attention span of little boys, a couple of them roughhouse with those standing closest to them until… Read More Boys To Men: A Glimpse Of The Future
When I came across this giant mural, it immediately made me think of a Nursery Rhyme. It took up a huge wall. The first shot is the entire scene, then I focused on individual scenes within the big picture. Also by Little Miss Wordy: sTrEet aRt: Through My Lens sTrEeT aRt: Through My Lens (Set… Read More sTrEeT aRt: Through My Lens (Set 3)
She broke the silence. “I can’t do it. I can’t sign those papers.” The young woman shifted uncomfortably in her seat, never taking her eyes off her husband who sat across the mahogany conference room table, his own pen in hand. As silence hovered like a cloud of uncertainty over them, the gentleman in the three… Read More Always Go With Your Gut: 5 Tips On Recognizing That Gut Feeling
Street Art around San Juan, Puerto is quite the experience. I’ve been in awe of the raw talent displayed on sides of homes, businesses, empty lots etc. Here is the second set of my series StReEt ArT: tHrOuGh mY LeNs. You can find the first set here.
All around the United States, temps are dropping and snow is falling. In these moments, I feel quite lucky to live on a tropical island with an endless summer. I have an undying love for summer, and being in such close vicinity to the ocean I often replay a beautiful love story and my personal… Read More My Summer Valentine
Her stockinged feet scurried over the linoleum floor into the kitchen to double check the stovetop knobs were all turned to the off position. She carefully carried the empty glass milk containers out of the kitchen, through the living room, and set them down on the floor beside her feet. As was customary at this time… Read More Are You Leaving The Porch Light On?
I am honored to have my piece, “I slept with him for years for fear of being alone” featured on the Erma Bombeck website today. Please check it out and share away! Hope your weekend is filled with love and laughter wherever you may be!
I finally ventured out, camera in hand, to capture some of the amazing street art around every bend here in San Juan, Puerto Rico. This is part one of Street Art: Through My Lens. I hope you enjoy and come back for more!
Through the years, the typical mom outfit has morphed from the days June Cleaver stood in her immaculate home in high heels and dress topped with a kitchen apron and strand of pearls. Moms in the nineties embraced a high waisted jean (I’m talking above the belly button) which made every woman wearing them appear… Read More “Moms Vs. Award Season: Who Are You Wearing?”