Author Archives: pjlazos

About pjlazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful

#Author #Interviews: #indie #writer @pjlazos discusses #writing & #family, caring for the #environment, & finding the right #writingcommunity

via #Author #Interviews: #indie #writer @pjlazos discusses #writing & #family, caring for the #environment, & finding the right #writingcommunity Jean Lee, author extraordinaire, took the time to interview me for her blog. Thanks, Jean Lee for the wonderful interview!

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Meet the Mr. and the Mrs.

Meet the Mr. and the Mrs. Unless you’re in Hollywood, it’s not often that you come across a husband and wife who both make their living in the arts.  My dear friend Shehanne Moore, a/k/a Lady Shey because of her work … Continue reading

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Spin Your Own Web

Spin Your Own Web Buddha cat says life is filled with obstacles and since everything is an  illusion, it is our reaction to them that brings suffering.  So worry less, love more, and look for what unifies rather than what … Continue reading

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The Best Gift

THE BEST GIFT Did you ever want something so much you could taste it?  Sometimes our yearning, or maybe our fear of not getting it pushes that which we desire in the opposite direction. The desire begins to tear us … Continue reading

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GRACE

[Cut wood tree at Longwood Gardens] GRACE grace [grās]  n.  The exercise of love, kindness, mercy, favor, disposition to benefit or serve another, favor bestowed or privilege conferred.   It’s good to know your history, your people, the things that … Continue reading

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The Holly and the Ivy

  The Holly and the Ivy It’s the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year when it’s cold — well, it used to be before climate change; today it’s 55 degrees in Central, PA — and dark, and most … Continue reading

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Flat Earth

Flat Earth I saw a t-shirt from Northern Sun that said:  “If the earth was flat, cats would have pushed everything off by now.” Now, I don’t want to denigrate the flat earthers (at least not out loud, because, say … Continue reading

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