Listening to the MUSES

  Greek mythology tells of nine muses, the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne: goddesses who inspire with their talents representing aspects of the arts and sciences. The dictionary definition includes a brief etymology of the word, but also offers more modern day interpretations.         Often, artists (painters, writers, musicians...) tell of the... Continue Reading →


A Room of My Own

My summer is full of "projects"-- tasks I simply don't have time for during the school year. This summer is no different. However, one such project was multi-purposed: for me to create a room of my own. As my children grew, physically bigger, the space in my house seemed shrinking and mine seemingly obsolete. When... Continue Reading →

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