Redlady's Reading Room is mainly a book blog featuring book reviews, book giveaways, guest posts and anything book related. I also like to participate in a regular photography post so you will see photos posted regularly. I am a mother of a teenager so I write about that as well as foodie topics, movies, tv shows and entertainment and a little bit of everything. Stop by and check out my blog!...more
Public Transportation is fun and while having your own vehicle is convenient, I think people miss out on a lot of amazing moments of humanity. You sit, stand, talk to and avoid characters you might never have met in your regular routine.
I started posting Facebook statuses about things that happened at my bus stop or during my ride back in 2011 and got a lot of positive responses from them, so I am sharing all the old ones and will continue to post new observations as they happen....more
Gloria Bowman's Stories blog features fiction, screeds, jottings, and commentary on a wide range of topics -- from being childfree to being a writer. She is the author of Human Slices, a novel with a female protagonist who is very happily childfree. ...more
A former newspaper owner/editor/reporter starts an investigative study of the world of Stay At Home Moms and Dads with two crazy babies, a hilarious - and frequently ingenious - husband and two wacky dogs, while living a big little life in small town Texas. Hijinks and hilarity ensue as a first time mom over 40 realizes that motherhood and mayhem frequently walk the road hand in hand, while life never stops evolving, with new discoveries under every Cheerio. Love reading, writing, photography, travel and more. Winner of the Horrible Housekeeper title several years running....more
Origami Spirit is a blog and website featuring origami video instructions and inspirational articles about the art of paper folding as a vehicle for cultivating the creative spirit while fostering a sense of relaxation and play in our daily lives....more
Les Femmes Folles (LFF) is a journal supporting women in art founded and curated by Sally Deskins. Since April 2011, LFF has featured over 300 women in theatre, music, visual art, writing, performance art and community activism. LFF has also curated and hosted four visual exhibits, over a dozen panels, readings and performances; and has published two anthologies of poetry, visual art and interview excerpts which are available at blurb.com. The mission of LFF is to promote and celebrate women in all forms, styles and levels of art....more