About

1 August, 2013

Whatever the original intent of this blog was suppose to be it seems to have morphed into something completely different.  In the beginning I was planning on using it as a platform to vent my frustrations over the many and varied issues surrounding me and the world.  But as I became more familiar with the blogging process, the community, and the vast array of content, something seemed to change.  Instead of frustration, I was overcome with creativity.  I don’t know where this will all lead, but for now I am truly enjoying this outlet for the creative process.  Of course, if something does pop up that really gets my need to to grind a heel, I will hopefully rise to the occasion.

 

3 May, 2013

I have no problem pointing out the hypocrisies in people.  I have no problem accepting my own hypocrisies.  I am an equal opportunity bitch.

You will not like me.  I will take everything you believe in, everything you hold dear, and I will grind it under my very well heeled boot.  There is nothing sacred that I will not eviscerate.  There is no subject that I will not have an opinion on.  If you are afraid of losing your beliefs, your status; if you cannot question those things that you take for granted in your everyday life, then be warned; GO NO FURTHER.

30 Responses to About

  1. Jayde-Ashe says:

    Hi there, I have nominated your blog for the Liebster Award. I hope it doesn’t go against the very morals of your blog…http://jaydeashe.wordpress.com/2013/05/18/beaucoup-good-shit-too-beaucoup/

  2. Sounds great with me…!

  3. AnElephantCant be grinded
    Under a boot no matter how nice the heels
    He is not much of a speller
    But he’s an easy going fellow
    Who just wants you to know how he feels

    Cool blog

  4. Woolly Muses says:

    For what it’s worth my blog was intended to be something different also. The more I blog the more I enjoy having ‘conversations’ with friends half way around the world.

  5. I love that your blog has taken a turn towards the creative! I guess it’s true that, once you start writing, you never know what can happen…

  6. Danny James says:

    Thanks for the like on my little blog.

    DJ

  7. That’s the nature of creativity – if we allow the thinking mind to relax, it will take over and lead us down paths our right minds never knew existed 🙂

  8. If someone believes in nothing then you can not destroy their beliefs although, perhaps believing in nothing is a kind of stance/belief in itself!

  9. M. R. says:

    I actually want to comment on your wonderful post about Poncho’s building the cabin … My husband built us a house on an island, and I covered its construction in photos, just as you did. I believe we derived the same degree of enormous pride from our partners’ efforts, too. 🙂 Tell me, why can’t we comment on that? – is it a Page? You can still enable Comments. But I’m being nosey: this is your site, and a bloody good one it is!

    • I’m glad you enjoyed the blow by blow of our building experience. Some day I’ll finish that page. It’s been very interesting and educational living in such a small but well built space. Thank you so much for stopping by and looking around.

  10. Jayde-Ashe says:

    Hi Princess,
    Wow, it was a blast from the past popping by here and seeing the nomination I gave you back in May! How far we have both come since then 🙂
    I just wanted to say a huge THANKYOU for your ongoing support of The Paperbook Collective. It is always exciting seeing what you come up with each month, and your piece on Chimayo was truly magnificent. I hope you have a wonderful festive season, and I look forward to publishing more of your work in 2014.
    Cheers,
    Jayde.

    • It really is amazing how far we have come in our blogging in such a short time. The inspiration that comes from so many people in so many places is quite astounding and humbling. Where I originally thought this blog was going to go is a far cry from what it has blossomed into. Thanks so much for introducing yourself back in May. This has been a wonderful ride so far and I have no intention of getting off! 😀

  11. Craig Dean says:

    I went to dinner yesterday at the Bowman Homestead and Mom handed me a file of paperwork to read, the first being a poem written under a picture of a young man I immediately knew as my beloved Grand Father. After reading it and regaining my composure it dawned un me that the author was my beautiful Aunt. I am so proud of you for doing this and for finding an avenue to share the creativity that has been broiling inside of you for as long as I can remember. I agree with what Mom said, “I know her now better than I have have as she reveals herself to us in her musings.” I Love You Princess Oso, Craig Dean

    • Aww shucks C. D., you bring a tear to my eye too. I’m so thrilled you are enjoying my musings and ramblings. But be careful, wander around in this noggin too long and you might get lost – take it from me, I’m still trying to find the exit. But seriously, it means so much that you and your mom are reading my works. I’m grateful that I found an avenue to express all the crazy, sometimes poignant stories that fill my head. If you haven’t read already, I suggest for you Dusk Approaches, Breakfast, Fire Woman, and Chefs Do That. I think you’ll like them. Hugs and Kisses, Princess

  12. raroto says:

    Hi princessdeloso! Much thanks for liking my “Imagination” photo. Cheers!

  13. moi says:

    Thanks for the follow, I’d be interested to know how to come across my hunble corner of the blogosphere.

  14. I’ve just started following you! Your title is priceless! 🙂

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  16. Angeline M says:

    Thanks for following my blog, Principessa. I enjoy your writing and photography.

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