Pixabay ~ Favorite Photographers & Illustrators

Some of My Favorite Illustrators and Photographers Are On Pixabay Below, you will find links to the websites of a selection of Pixabay Photographers, whose work I have used, free Continue Reading →

Dr. Douglas Authors Book on Corporate Racism

I Know Dr. Douglas and Can Attest to His Biographical Account I have known Dr. Frank L. Douglas since we both were at Cornell University in the late 1960s. At Continue Reading →

What Do Current Politics Have In Common With Bone Growth and Renaissance?

I’m pretty sure that no-one among us would describe politics or other current events in the world or in the USA as being destroyed with surgical  precision. It feels more like being bludgeoned as we stagger from one direction to another, boxed in by the wielder of destruction at every turn – with more than a glancing blow delivered every time we look up to find a way out…..It is easy to become overwhelmed, afraid, depressed, and stultified by current events, particularly in the overarching category of “politics.” However, my conclusion is that what we are witnessing MAY be a natural progression of evolution and the display of its tools….this concept also  reflects a universal law that affects our physical bodies, consciousness, politics, and societies, as we yearn for, and sometimes then achieve, Renaissance. Continue Reading →

Pixabay Free and Royalty-Free Photos + Videos

Pixabay Offers Stunning Free Images & Royalty-Free Stock Where am I getting all the wonderful pictures for Nancy’s Novelty Infographics? Since I am a “stickler” for abiding by copyright law, Continue Reading →

April Is National Poetry Month

The Academy of American Poets instituted National Poetry Month in 1996 “to support American poets at all stages of their careers and to foster the appreciation of contemporary poetry.” National Continue Reading →

To #Tweet or #NotToTweet -That is the #Hashtags Question

Hashtags for Personal vs. Business Twitter Accounts – Even an Adult Can Do It! Newbies – don’t worry – I’ll define terms, like “hashtags,” “trending,” etc. in a hot minute. Continue Reading →

A January Morn

But, like trees in the landscape, disappearing rapidly from sight as a train hurtles forward and I strain to see from the caboose,
All elements of the dream are lost forever. There is no turning back. Poof! It’s gone. Lesson lost. (Ramblings on a January morn) Continue Reading →