Author Archive | Kay Adams

Kay’s Journal: Harvest

I’ve spent Presidents’ Day weekend holed up with a bronchial something-or-other that’s kept me coughing, achey, hoarse and with a bad case of the blahs. On Saturday I finished the second spiral notebook of my writing practice (76 days and counting!)

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Kay’s Journal: Coffee’s Brewing!

Welcome to Coffee with Kay, our new 2 – 3 minute video blog! We’ve got several of these in production that we think are of general interest, but please in the Comments section, let us know the topics you’d like to

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Kay’s Journal: Line-Up!

  Lynn Southard, our wonderful Journalverse manager, joined our team seven months ago. She quickly became invaluable as she brought order and structure to my visionary nature. It is thanks to Lynn that I proudly present the LIVE! with Kay line-up

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February Poem of the Month: Democracy, Langston Hughes

For Black History Month, here is the poem Democracy first published in 1949 by the great poet Langston Hughes. A multi-creative whose work spanned four decades (mid-1920s to his 1967 death), Hughes is best known for his prolific poetry. He also wrote 15 prose books and 11

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Kay’s Journal: Obedience

As those who followed the Year at Crown Hill blog know (Weeks 47 and 50), two months ago I carved out a dedicated writing space in my home by repurposing a storage closet.  I’m now on Day 57 of a

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Kay’s Journal: New Year, New Stuff!

  Note: Broken link to Your Brain on Ink 5-day has been fixed! All of us (Krista, Lynn and I) are back from our various holiday adventures, and we wasted no time firing up the creativity for the new year. Some highlights of our next few months: In general, the

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Prompt Jar: Week of January 23 – Holy Outrage

How is the human spirit called to respond within this age of shifting paradigms and transformation? Is there a creative invitation within the chaos? Join us this Thursday, 1/26, at 2 MT, on LIVE! with Kay, as Sibyl Dana Reynolds discusses her passion of providing nurturance for the feminine sacred

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Kay’s Journal: A Year at Crown Hill: Landscapes

Week 52. In blog time, 52 weeks has taken almost exactly 18 months. A Year at Crown Hill began on July 15, 2015 as a weekly meditation on the landscape of Crown Hill Park and Wilderness Preserve, a 250-acre nature park 1/4

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Kay’s Journal: A Year at Crown Hill: Bouyancy

Week 51. I had the pleasure of house guests over the holidays. One friend stayed for a few days over Christmas and the other a few days over New Year’s.  Each provided a great break from all the sorting and sifting of the

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January Poem of the Month: A Ritual to Read to Each Other

US Poet Laureate William Stafford was known for his commitment to community and his passion for peaceful conflict resolution. This gem has been one of my mentor poems for nearly 20 years. After the Columbine shootings in my community, I realized that Stafford embedded a directive in the title: This

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