The pine wood walls in our home are from the 1940s. When I said that the house is speaking, Karl said that is because of the humidity and changing temperatures.
On another topic, for a long time I’ve been following nichepoetryandprose, by Jane Tims in New Brunswick, Canada. She creates in many ways. This morning, I’m admiring her “gallery of watercolors.” The link to her gallery is http://nichepoetryandprose.wordpress.com/gallery-of-watercolors.
Yesterday I found a 1958 copy of Time Of Singing at Amazon.com. I bought it and look forward to seeing an issue from its first year. http://www.timeofsinging.com Benjamin P. Browne was the Founder. It’s not every day that a poetry print journal lasts so long, and is always new.
I decided to renew my ISBN account for Elin Grace Publishing. I’m not seeking submissions, but rather think it is time to collect a few of my poems into non-profit large print books. I have a heart for nursing homes. This will be informal work. But the books page at Time Of Singing still offers the Welcoming Hope book, which includes many people from TOS; edited with Lora H. Zill and Charles A. Waugaman.
The fall clipart is courtesy of the Public Domain Images section at Karen’s Whimsy. http://karenswhimsy.com