Farewell to the leaves of Spring the new ones who were just babes a few months ago have burst into colours of red, yellow, and orange returning to the earth – to compost – until next spring when they will come back again and if we’re lucky, we’ll be there to wish them happy birthday […]
the hottest summer on record for the Appalachian mountains – 90’s in October with mosquitoes everafter now, it’s New Year’s Eve, the temperatures hover in the 60’s – where’s the white of winter – and snow covered mountains Spring was long and wet, then the heat of summer that lasted through the Fall into Winter […]
Smell of bacon frying in the black cast iron skillet, grits, homemade biscuits and eggs anyway you like, served hot with butter and jelly – not jam Sunshine streamed through the window calling come outside one and all – the day promises to be long Bike or pool? – maybe both! and the smell of […]
Using the Amherst Writers & Artists method. Providing a safe environment for writers to express themselves using a variety of prompts. Open to women ages 18 & up. Asheville, NC area. July 2017
A. Adams has been a writer since the age of 10. Currently working on her first book and a book of poetry.
I’ve found much joy in sharing this method with others and discovered my own voice as well.
If you feel Called to Write – join me. Class size is limited.
Ordering Blank Photocards and Prints and More….
While enjoying a leisurely stroll the Biltmore Estate Gardens early Tuesday morning, I met two wonderful women visiting from different parts of North Carolina – Monique and let’s say, Violetta. Both of these women had beautiful spirits, smiles and a welcoming demeanor. I noticed they were attempting to take a ‘selfie’, and didn’t have a […]
These roses are in full bloom at the Basilica of Saint Lawrence in Asheville, North Carolina. They are exquisite in appearance and very fragrant. Roses mark the beginning of June for me. Also, honeysuckle is very heavily present right now, and reminds me of being a child and discovering this is the first flower I […]