Category: Helene’s Scene
Vivacini stories are near and dear to my heart, and I would bet that if they pull at my heartstrings, they’ll do the same for you and maybe help you see things from a different perspective. You’ll also find some helpful tips. . . . . .Read More
Once you had enough of the sun, ocean and beach, you could walk for hours on the boardwalk and visit the quaint shops and eateries . . . many years before souvenirs of America were made in China!Read More
From the first page, the reader is immediately drawn into the dramatic hardships of an Irish immigrant family struggling to survive in an unforgiving frontier. As the story unfolds and the lives of its characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Read More
Originally, a “witch” was actually a goddess known as “the Crone, “Wise One” or “Earth Mother” in Celtic tradition.The crone’s cauldron symbolized the earth’s womb where all souls went at death. The goddess would stir the cauldron. . .Read More
Still, I found myself laughing at his inability or refusal to follow Bud’s clear analysis of life and political matters to a logical conclusion.At the same time, Dotson (as Bil) elicits compassion . . .Read More
When the tsunami hit Southeast Asia in 2004, there were countless stories of wildlife leaving the area for safer ground long before humans were aware of what loomed on the horizon. One of the more amusing stories involved
a group of Japanese tourists who were riding elephants.
“It’s just a nanosecond really less than 1/200th of a second that captures each look and each emotion. It is an exploration of how I see the people that pass us by all day, every day. It is a statement of my creative energy and the unique way” from BACKSTORY by Rick Wilson
I see people and the world.