Ever thought of collaborating with a fellow blogger? No? You should…it’s fun and gets those creative juices flowing in a whole new direction. This is the first collaboration for me, with the talented and wonderful writer Deb at crazytraintotinkytown, a favorite of mine since the beginning. She’s a twister. Want to know what that means? Read her…you’ll get it. Hope you enjoy, but better yet…hope you try this for yourselves. Deb and I are working on another piece together, so stay tuned for that…it’s another wonderful tale.
Hi everyone! Welcome to 50 Shades of Gray Hair. 50 Shades is my blog of life over the hill, where each day is full of delicious opportunities to earn another gray hair. I stopped declaring war on the gray when I began this blog years ago. Instead, I embrace and celebrate them along with whatever life decides to throw my way, with (sarcasm forward) humor and an optimistic eye to the future. I think. I hope? I don't know. At any rate...it's real, it's honest, it's full of 4 letter words, and it's me...on a platter. I sincerely welcome you all to my porch....♥♥Rhonda
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Sounds like you two are going to have a great time!!!
Always fun to get an influx of ideas from someone else’s brain!!!
It’s a great idea and a super collaboration 😉
It is a great idea isn’t it? And thanks guys…I enjoyed working with Deb’s story. Another coming soon! 🙂
Oh, this was great, and a wonderful idea! Do you know John from A Prayer Like Gravity? http://aprayerlikegravity.wordpress.com/
He just did a series of photographs/poetry with a zen fairytale feel. I know someone (ME) who would love to do something like this with some of your photographs.
I am at your disposal….that would be great! And I don’t know John, but look forward to seeing what he’s done. Sounds very interesting. Thanks for the head’s up.
Hey–glad to share. You will love him, and his poetry.
I’m sure. And keep the collaboration in mind…would be a challenge for me…a good one. 🙂
You were right…it’s beautifully haunting and I love what he did with the images. That’s the kind of collaboration between the visual and the written word that I really love. 🙂