When a great woman dies, we need to think about her again and again.
Blog Posts on Kentucky
Several decades ago, I became aware of the work and life of Enid Yandell, a Kentucky-born, Paris educated sculptor whose statues I used to see at various ceremonial points in Louisville. This early twentieth-century woman artist, although acclaimed in her time, seemed to be forgotten. Yandell was one of a group of talented women artists
I immediately recognized the originality and daring of a kindred spirit.
I’ve once again chosen my most popular posts of 2018, based on visits, comments, Tweets and Facebook likes.
A small school in a southern city where girls were usually curbed physically or mentally, the Louisville Collegiate School for Girls and its teachers did not deal in… limits. My years there started me on my way as a writer.
It was only words. But words have gotten us where we are now.
I did make some progress… although probably my greatest accomplishment was mayonnaise made in a blender.
The Horsetooth Corn will grow vigorously to remind us all that fertility, growth and abundance is still possible.
I am particularly blessed in these special places that seem to have come into my life by chance or luck but are in fact the material manifestations of prayer.
As this year comes to a close (some might say thankfully), I’ve once again chosen my most popular posts of 2017, based on visits, comments, Tweets and Facebook likes.