Classic Italian coastal scenery was the subject of our latest puzzle adventure.
From a mosaic of blue and green and citrus pastels, peeled from the Western Italian coast and neatly sliced in 2000 pieces, came the Cinque Terre.
My son, like many kids on the spectrum, enjoys puzzles. Perhaps it’s the spacial relationships. Or, perhaps, the finality. When it’s done, it’s done. No abstract finish line to interpret. There’s either a hole somewhere or there isn’t.
I like my camera. Well, I confess, I like puzzles too. Here’s what happened when we decided to mix the two.
Stories and photos from Scotland
Blurring the lines between poetry and prose
"Everyone needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to the soul" -John Muir
Is it destiny, happenstance or stratagem?
Showcasing the beauty of Mother Nature
A dose of fetish. Good friends. An incomparable muse.
Where Fictional Characters Rule
Reading, Writing, and some Madness
The semi-private writings of a thirty-something fat girl
reflections on a passing life
Everyone has a story to tell. This is me, telling mine.
I had to find some way to entertain myself, so I made up stories in my mind. One night I started writing them down and never stopped.
I Read To Learn About Others - I Write To Learn About Myself
The Art and Craft of Blogging
Wandering, wondering and writing
Where no one is barred and everyone is grilled.
Death Before Sour Mix