Welcome! I started this blog as a way to discuss issues affecting the equity of and access to higher education, and use this as a foundation to further focus on how to create more inclusive learning environments for diverse identities. I also discuss current and historical events with a critical lens.My research interests include:...more
A "photo a day" for the whole of 2009 and beyond. Usually they're taken on the day, but sometimes I have to "cheat" and edit an old one. You'll find gaps when life gets too busy, but the images are all on my hard disks somewhere so I will catch up eventually:-)...more
Project Lovegood is were the best things in life are handmade. It encompasses many diy projects, some recipes, and other handmade/self-grown items. It's about getting your hands dirty and becoming closer to the things we use, eat, and read, by having a part in them. I love to create/make/do all kinds of things and Project Lovegood is my outlet for sharing my passion. ...more
My blog is about motherhood (mommyhood) - all the highs and lows that come along with it. My blog started as a way to share about my micro preemie daughter and her health - she was born at 26 weeks weighing just 1 pound, 6 ounces. I also blog about my struggle with weight and what I'm doing to change it - with Biggest Loser style pictures!...more
I'M ON A JOURNEY TO FIND OUT WHAT MOTIVATES PEOPLE. WHAT ARE THE INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL FORCES? WHY ARE SOME PEOPLE MORE MOTIVATED THAN OTHERS? HOPEFULLY, I WILL DISCOVER SOME INTRIGUING ANSWERS.
I have a couple of pictures to share. The first is a picture of the book making class I've been teaching at Jacob's Aikido Camp. Kids as young as 4 are making these with help, of course. They've been fun to make and we have two days left to work on the inside.
Today, I was also able to paint for a few minutes and worked on the cake painting. It feels a little like decorating a cake.
I'm still struggling with the idea of simple still life’s to some degree. I have to ask the question, where is the line between commercial and fine art?...more
Deborah Lipp is an author of books on Wicca The Elements of Ritual, The Way of Four
The blog features Monday Movie Reviews, which often examine the unspoken politics or gender assumptions about film, and Friday Catblogging, which is more or less what it sounds like.