Winter has had me cozied up at home and I'm ready to welcome spring. Now that the weather is warming up a little - it's nice to get out and about around the Milwaukee Historic Third Ward. This Saturday was rather blissful and reminded me much of what's to come, such as the Milwaukee Black Theater Festival. While we wait, though, SkyLight theater is not going to … [Read more...] about Welcome Spring
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I want to return to pencil. My most recent endeavors have been in oil. It's not where I started. My favorite medium is pencil. I have never had much luck with static color. When I say static color, I refer to color that is not fluid - like paint; but rather still such as colored pencils and markers. I abandoned the thought of using pen and/or markers a long time ago. The … [Read more...] about Return to Pencil
I mentioned wine tastings previously. It was about six years ago that I had a hot date with a bottle of wine. In honor of that anniversary; I thought it would be a little fun to do a wine review on a dollar friendly bottle of wine, Encostas Do Peso Under $10 Selection Tradition would have me check out Walgreens or my local grocery. My current situation has one rule: … [Read more...] about Wine Review: Encostas Do Peso
I know on more than one occasion, I have referred to my book series, Life Imitates Art. It is time to provide some context. What is Life Imitates Art? Life Imitates Art is an autobiographical fairy tale series. I wrote them under my pseudonym, Yolanda Paptie. They are told in the frame of a fairy tale. Some time ago, I left my husband. When I attempted to describe … [Read more...] about Life Imitates Art
Yesterday marked the anniversary of my divorce. It's been eight years since the divorce. In five days, it will be the six year anniversary of the publication of Cake. I would like to share with the world, a subconscious battle that I've been having. November 7, 2021 My day began like every Sunday. I cleaned my apartment, got groceries, fed the rabbit, played video … [Read more...] about The Anniversary