My creations are fluid and playful much like the elements that inspire them.
Some folks just find their way into your heart, don't they? They are most welcome to remain in mine.
To live among Ravens is to love them. Intelligent, opportunistic, curious tricksters. Ravens have given me many stories.
Once upon a cranberry bog, I met a grouchy mouse. One dark and stormy night, an owl & I conversed. A shy baby bunny lives in my garden, where I plan to live happily ever after.
Myths, Lore & So Much More
Who hung the moon up there? Why is Raven black? Trolls, tricksters, and the shy Sock Goblin, stories old and new and yet to be.
Language; be it prose or poetry, ancient or ageless, is what connects humanity.
Holiday & Celebration
I'm simply positive the Mukluk Moose and the Snowshoe Hare spend the holidays together. Friends are the family you choose.
Agate, Birch, Chickadee-dee-dee. Individual or combined, "The A-B-Sees: A Boreal Collection" letters spell nature from A to Z. "X" took a lot of research. Thank goodness for "Xanthophyll" the plant pigment that causes the color yellow in autumn leaves.
Lake Superior's horizon line. Sentinel cedar trees. Roots, crags, precipices, stones and bones. The splendid power and earthly marvels of nature; our mother from whom all blessings flow.
Maybe 'Brooke' wants a babbling brook for her name. Perhaps you have a favorite family photo. I love a good challenge. Let's talk!
Books & Stories
Seven Ways to Trick a Troll
Written by Lise Lunge Larsen and Illustrated by Kari Vick