[pullquote] Round like a circle in a spiral, Like a wheel within a wheel, Never ending or beginning On an ever spinning reel… …Like a clock whose hands are sweepin’ …
“Always something new, always something I didn’t expect, and sometimes it isn’t horrible.” ~ Rand Al’Thor, The Great Hunt Someone once optimistically said, “No news is good news”… and I …
Since it’s 3:00AM, and I haven’t gone to bed yet… I thought it might be an excellent time to draft a blog about a serious topic. Which may or may …
Sometimes life throws an unexpected gut-wrenching twist into your predictable routine, and like the first ice-cold blast of water shooting from the shower faucet – in that instant when your …
While under the influence from influenza and fever, TaraFly shares her thoughts on the movie adaption of Sweeney Todd, her son’s decision to wear fairy wings, the pressure to be an “expert” and SEO obsessed, and the power of emotional vampires. You might need medicine, too, after reading this…
Putting in extra hours on the job, and working every holiday, was par for the course as a retail manager. I completely defined my sense of self by a title and a paycheck. But I haven’t regretted one minute of my new role as a stay-at-home mom, and you want to know why?
There isn’t a day that goes by, when I’m not reminded of all the missed opportunities…
“What motivates you?” is not a simple question after all.. but I can appreciate the exercise which causes us to dig deeper and put a human face to the formidable obstacle on our calendars, and in our own minds. In my case, it has four distinct faces… keeping in mind that my family will benefit the most from a successful holiday season.
I wouldn’t normally blog about a personal matter like this, but because my last personal blog about domestic violence was helpful to other women, I felt these ruminations needed to be shared as well.
Because many, many couples are suffering from the same issues – I hear the complaints all the time – but the answers are seldom clear.
Whenever I pick up a scrap of paper, or study the faces in a photograph, my life becomes intertwined with theirs… perhaps in a minor insignificant way, perhaps in a more substantial way. If I reach out with my energy, I might as well be touching their hand.
I think people are afraid to admit that they’ve been abused or mistreated by their partners, because society still blames the victims. And for women like me, who adamantly refuse to be considered “victims”, the admission means we’re insecure and unable to stand our ground. People will judge us for being too blinded by infatuation, or too naïve, to recognize the “warning signs” and for not getting outside help… but ironically, many of us do turn to our loved ones for advice, to find they are also in denial.
Tara Fly23 hours ago
A brand new painting is up for auction over at the Rabbit Hole Artist Collective's Facebook page!
Meet "A Cat Named Harry"..... ;)
He measures 5"x7" and has been painted in acrylics onto a canvas panel. Purr-fect for framing or displaying on your bookshelf. :)
To bid on him, visit this link:
To view the other artwork available, including my "Creepy Charlie" and "Mrs Lovett Cat" originals, click here:
Tara Fly2 days ago
A peek at my current painting-in-progress: The Page of Swords for 78Tarot: the Astral deck. :) http://ift.tt/2lg7WiE
Tara Fly4 days ago
Today on "Walking With Sans", we visit barking dogs behind chain fences, attempt to scale brick walls, and roll in dried catmint.
Does anyone have an inspirational or funny cat-on-a-leash story to share? :D
So uhhh... apparently I have cats. pic.twitter.com/0CNc9VVKW2
Almost all armed conflict in the history of the world came about because opposing sides believed different things to be true.
It's Cadbury mini egg tiiiiiiiime!!!!!