With this post, Wiseacre Way becomes officially retired, most likely for good. It seems I’ve run out of words, and I have turned my attention to expressing myself in more visual ways, through photography and designing jewelry.
What a blast it’s been! I want to thank you all for reading, liking and commenting along the way. It’s been a great ride, and I’ve enjoyed every minute of it.
I invite you all to stop by my other blogs, Wiseye Photo, the Water Works Park Project, and Royzle Designs. Wiseye photo is also on Twitter and Instagram @wiseyephoto, and on Facebook.
Thanks again and my very best to you all.
As some of you know, when I’m not busy doing the “real job” thing, writing for this blog or taking photos of the beautiful state of Iowa, I do arts and crafts.
I’ve been designing and creating jewelry for more than five years now, and have come up with a series of pieces I call Story Medallions. Each one is unique, unusual, handcrafted and created from a combination of found items, curated elements, whims and whimsy and mixed media, and held together by a wing and a prayer (they are tougher than they look)
I have created a gallery of my Story Medallions, which can be accessed here. There is also a link from the header on the Wiseacre Way landing page. The gallery contains almost every medallion I have ever made. Many have been purchased or gifted, several are available for purchase. Thanks for taking a look.
Old barns weave magic,
Stop time. To hear their stories,
Be still and listen.
Posted in Musings, Nature, Poetry, Spirituality and/or Religion, Visual Delights, Wiseyephoto images
Tagged barn, Haiku, history, micropoetry, nostalgia, Old barns, philosophy, Poetry, short verse, spirituality, time