Thursday, October 13, 2005


I have several books written by Julia Cameron, most based on the work she did in "The Artist's Way."

I decided that it might be a good idea if I got that work and start there, build from it. So I bought it. Flipping through it, I was interested in what she said about details.

Yesterday I missed the bus and had to walk to work, which I didn't mind because it would give me the time to pay attention to the world around me, the details.

Some of what I observed:

lots of cigarette butts
an empty condom wrapper
the steady stream of traffic, the lull, a solitary car whisking by
a scratch-off lottery ticket, torn in half


Edward Moore said...

I know this may seem off the mark, but I noticed you left zoetrope. I was wondering why since I enjoy your work so much (and your reviews too).

Anyway I'm glad Susan DiPlacido had a link to your blog and I could drop you a line and let you know a fan is happy they can purchase some of your work.

Hope all is well with you and wishing you the best today and everyday.

GJM said...

Hi! Glad you found me and you can email me. Take care Edward and thanks :)