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Beasts of Love

Perspective oh-five-thirty beasts of love escape my home chasing dreams marking time steamed water transforms pulverized power beans in one machine, while I feed another machine our dirty socks listening to Rock, my big big baby hundred and thirty pounds, almost eight years old the Train, my loudest, strongest and most adoring pup constant companion at my feet Waffle and Maple round out the canine trio. Waff’s tiny paws tippy tap on tile. Waffle,as a word both noun…

FairyTales of Spring Clean Your Studios Year3–take 2

My spring clean story is funny. like a fairytale, epic, funny and sad, and then happy.     Once upon a time. from my talk on sewing organization, aka manage your mess E for Ergonomics, which is all about you. So your space is for you. My space is for me. My home studio is not open to public, in fact my public mailing address is a UPS store. So this is a whole new world–but I still have…

General Thoughts on Heroes (Spring Clean AtoZ speak)

Intro Participating in the last 3 years of Cheryl Sleboda’s spring clean blog hop has been critical in my development as an artist and my life. Not joking. Seriously, I am too busy, too engineer, too Spock, too Sheldon, too much geek or what ever box you chose to put me in. Yes, I know, I am like Yoda–weird and small saying things and doing things that don’t make sense to all. I mean no disrespect. Only…

Mercy, Mercury and Mugs

“Ted, is he that guy that uses the F-word all the time?” That’s the answer, that I got to  did you see Papa Francesco on a TED talk? Admittedly, this friend is not big on social media–and maybe that’s a good thing. JEDI Level First off, us humans–admit it, you are human–we don’t like to feel stupid. I’m so proud of this friend, whose response was laughter and human joy when I said–no those 15 min, on a stage…

starfish, innocence and hope

Dear Innocence, I wish you were a starfish. If you lost an arm, it would grow back. In fact, that lost arm might grow back a new body. I thought 420 was something about Earth Day. I love our Earth, it’s a spinning rock that’s mostly water–what’s not to love. No one likes to feel stupid, so I’m glad I like to fact check or I might have said something stupid.   Life is hard. We will all…

I’m not cynical, I’m an engineer

  Life is better than a fairy tale. Life is Engineering. There is an ebb and flow in life. Way back in the my software engineering days, I posed a question to Tom DeMarco at the Eye-Triple-E Software Engineering Conference in Chi-town and got this response: “You are too cynical for your years.”   Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m not pessimistic, I’m a pragmatic realist, and I’m hopeful. Someday, I’ll share me question with you. Today, I texted my cousin, (and fashion expert)…

egg-cellent opportunity

Just a year ago, I saw this photo. What’s your instant reaction? What do you see? Oops. #easter #getthemopout #splat A post shared by Deborah Boschert (@deborahboschert) on Mar 26, 2016 at 4:04pm PDT   My first reaction was “wow, cool photo!” My second reaction was to count the eggs, and wonder how this occurred. Seriously, out of curiosity! Look at the eggs at the bottom left, one of those might be intact. Something about human nature to try…

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