Month: April 2008

Give your eyes a break

clouds, originally uploaded by coffeejitters. I spent a good 20 minutes just watching the clouds today. I had things to do, places to be, people I needed to talk to, but I left the phone inside and just went out and sat and looked and appreciated. I feel much saner now. © Copyright Judy Haley …

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Cambozola: a little wedge of heaven

Midnight snack, originally uploaded by coffeejitters. Cambozola is my new favorite cheese. To my untrained palate it tastes like the love-child of brie and bleu cheese. I made a salad with arugula, spinach, apples and pecans with a raspberry vinagarette. It needed something else so I added chunks of cambozola. Oh my goodness. Heaven. © …

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Spring Blossoms

The cherry trees are in bloom on campus at the University of Washington. It’s just so beautiful. © Copyright Judy Haley 2008. All rights reserved.

Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg

I read Natalie Goldberg’s Writing Down the Bones the first time in 1990. I was twenty and had just decided that I want to be a writer when I grow up. I had never imagined such a book: a writer writing about writing. It’s a simple concept, I know. But it blew my mind. I …

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CoffeeJitters’ Photo Featured on Seattlest

I woke up this morning to find that Seattlest featured one of my photos in this post. It’s a happy, surreal feeling to see your work acknowledged and featured. Thanks Seattlest.

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