I mentioned in my last post that one of my goals for the future of this blog was to move it to my own personal web site: celiareaves.com. Well, now I’ve done it! I ported everything over and got it all set up. It doesn’t look just as I might want it to look, since I’m still tweaking themes and the images are handled a little differently, but it’s all there.
If you’ve been enjoying our journey so far, I’m hoping you’ll take a moment to pop over to celiareaves.com and sign up to keep the goodness going. I’ve got some good stuff planned as WordWacker moves into its third year, and I’d love to share them with you!
Yes, this blog is now a toddler. That means it can be clumsy, inarticulate, whiny, and a royal pain, but has the potential to become something worthwhile someday. Let me take a moment and look back, and look forward. Continue reading
On Mother’s Day this year I got a pretty pink carnation, and I was caught up in the intricate infoldings in the flower’s center. They felt lush and sensuous, inviting and mysterious. I tried to capture some of the beauty I saw in this photo. Enjoy!
Posted in response to the WordPress Photo Challenge, Details
Janet Reid ran her flash fiction contest again this past weekend. It is always so much fun to enter, and amazing to read the gems submitted by others. Out of 82 entries, my story made the long list this time, which is very exciting!
When I saw this week’s WordPress photo challenge (Look Up), my first thought was that it would be the easiest one yet for me. It turned out to be much harder than I expected, and the reason has to do partly with changes in photography itself over the years. Continue reading
This was the weather on Friday, weather for which the only word was “changeable.” One minute, blue sky and hot sun; the next, dense gray clouds. I grabbed this shot of the dramatic boundary between sun and cloud.
Posted in response to the WordPress photo challenge: Opposites.
There was a flash fiction contest this holiday weekend over at Janet Reid’s blog. Again, I entered but didn’t get recognized, which again is okay. My hopes were not as high this time, and the winning entries were amazing!