Hope your holiday is wonderful. Thanks for reading this blog. I have much to be grateful for and I hope you do too.
Today’s photo comes from Laura Rodley who explains: “The photo I took while driving home and all of a sudden the clouds were setting on top of the cornfield like a Shangri-la and I had to stop and enter their green vibrating world.”
Thank-you, Laura. Let us hope we can all find our own version of Shangri-la.
Laura Rodley, is a Pushcart Prize winner, a quintuple Pushcart Prize nominee, and quintuple Best of Net nominee, with work in Best Indie Lit NE. Publisher Finishing Line Press nominated her Your Left Front Wheel Is Coming Loose for a PEN L.L.Winship Award and Mass Book Award. FLP also nominated her Rappelling Blue Light for a Mass Book Award. Former co-curator of the Collected Poets Series, Rodley teaches the As You Write It memoir class and has edited and published As You Write It, A Franklin County Anthology volumes I-VI, also nominated for a Mass Book Award. She was accepted at Martha’s Vineyard’s NOEPC and has been a consecutive participant in the 30 poems in 30 days fundraiser for the Literacy Project. Her book Counter Point was published by Prolific Press and book Turn Left at Normal by Big Table Publishing.
Bonnie Toomey says
Many thanks for sharing your Shangri-la moment.
Ellen Beals says
Thanks for reading — happy holidays to you and yours.