Quarantine Chronicles #10 – Amanda Mayeaux, Professor/Educator

This is the tenth part in a series of images and interviews about how life has changed (or not) during the COVID-19 quarantine. The purpose is to show how we’re all in this together and we’re not all that dissimilar. Amanda Mayeaux is a great friend of mine and brilliant educator. She spends her time … More Quarantine Chronicles #10 – Amanda Mayeaux, Professor/Educator

Quarantine Chronicles #8 – Valerie Comeaux, Educator

This is the eighth part in a series of images and interviews about how life has changed (or not) during the COVID-19 quarantine. The purpose is to show how we’re all in this together and we’re not all that dissimilar. Dr. Valerie Comeaux is an expert educator and my friend. We have been compatriots in … More Quarantine Chronicles #8 – Valerie Comeaux, Educator

Alexiteric (adj.)

Hello from Weird Word Wednesday the strange, strange world in which we exist. I’ve been happening upon several words that are very apropos for the times. Alexiteric is an adjective that means “able to ward off contagion” or “having the properties of an antidote.” Don’t we all wish we had the magic pill to make … More Alexiteric (adj.)

School at Home

My son’s journal entry for this week is about the “new routine” of school at home. He’s in second grade and he’s only got to write eight sentences about it, but I thought I’d write my own journal entry about our adventures in online academics and distance learning. Many of you may know that I … More School at Home

Tapestry

In the past year I have really reflected on my legacy and stretched my creative muscles to produce beautiful and meaningful images. My portfolio has expanded immensely, and I am more fulfilled as an artist. Portrait sessions are still fun to shoot, yeah, but these feed my soul. Everything does come back to words, though. … More Tapestry