Showing Up

10th May 2019

I recently decided to get back to blogging, and I decided as part of that project, I needed to be consistent about it. Sounds straightforward enough. But when it's suddenly May and chaos has exploded into your life and your week is full of appoint...
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Using Vintage Stamps

25th Apr 2019

It's kind of an understatement to say that I'm obsessed with vintage postage. I love it for so many reasons. The colors are saturated and mesmerizing and extend right on out to the perforations (many? most? vintage stamp sheets were printed with a tw...
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Poetry for the (Little) People

19th Apr 2019

It’s not that I don’t appreciate Dr. Seuss and Shel Silverstein as much as the next gal. In fact, On Beyond Zebra and If I Ran the Circus are two of my most beloved books from childhood, and any time I’m faced with a job I don’t want to do, I ment...
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In Five Years' Time

13th Apr 2019

Last week, I hopped on Facebook and was met with a memory of an interview my lovely cousin, Jane, conducted with me five years ago now! It was a delightful thing to revisit in that I was just then starting to formulate my plans for Postscript, and to...
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April in Letters and Poetry

5th Apr 2019

April is a particularly special month for two reasons:  1)  it's National Poetry Month, which encourages us to celebrate and share poetry, and 2) it's National Letter Writing Month, which invites us to appreciate the handwritten word and...
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April at the Shop!

28th Mar 2019

Happy Spring! I was beginning to think we would never see the day, but here we are. I walked to work this morning! Birds are singing from every tree! Green is starting to tiptoe into the grass! Every year, I feel completely flooded by love as Spring...
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Epistles from Postscript

21st Mar 2019

Once upon a time, I blogged on multiple platforms. I had a personal blog, mostly with the predictable photos of my house and dog. I had a creative blog, where I shared my bookbinding, calligraphy, and printing projects. For a stretch, I had a literar...
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