Deb Brandon: Living in Radiant Color


It was so clean, uncluttered, easy to read, to navigate, and it was quiet. It was just right. It was me. I loved it… at first. Actually, I loved it for the first… how long? The first year? When my second book, Threads Around the World: From Arabian Weaving to Batik in Zimbabwe, was about … Read more


I admire these women, these accomplished artists who struggled against the shackles society placed on them. In order to achieve success, many felt the need to work within those restrictions, ignoring a yen to be treated as their male counterparts during the period of impressionism. Some struggled against those bonds, defying societal norms, forging a … Read more


For some reason, come winter, when snow covers the ground, many dog owners forget to pick up after their dogs. Unfortunately, come the thaw, those poops don’t disappear. While on a walk with my grand-dog, Gus, we came across an entire spectrum of poops, from big to little, brown to yellow, fresh to old. Gus … Read more