Ponderings from a Procrastinating Prognosticator


I think a lot and have a vivid imagination – and sometimes I use that to write.  Recently I have been challenged to post more often and to post some of the things I write or have written.  Thus, more frequent postings have ensued.

In my other life, I am the organiser for Can’t Stop The Serenity Vancouver, an annual event to raise money for Equality Now and local charities, as part of the global Can’t Stop The Serenity (CSTS) events.  Locally we have raised close to $30,000 in the past nine years and globally the amount is over $900,000.   For more details, see our blog at http://serenityscreeningvan.blogspot.com.  (Oh, yes, I also work full-time to support my Browncoat habit!)

Coming in November 5, 2014 is a superhero anthology, The Deli Counter of Justice, to which I contributed a poem.  I am now a published author – amazon says so so it must be true. 🙂  (Available in paperback or Kindle.)

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  3. Hi Samatwitch! I have just been meandering through a few blogs here on WP and cane across this gorgeous page. What a delight to see these photographs of Autumn now that we are in the depths of winter here in the UK.

    I just love Japanese maple and my trip through your page has given me thoughts of spring to come and how lovely it will be to see everything coming alive again. I look forward to Christmas but always have the sense of “flatness” inside me that January always brings for me. But I have planted (or shouldI say someone has planted for me!) some new and hopefully colourful flowers that I hope to be able to take close up photos of. So there are things to look forward to. I am now off to look at your charity site 🙂

    Thank you for your support on my blog.

    Christine x


  4. I think I posted this on the wrong page!! Lol. I meant to put it on your recent post with the lovely photos! Never mind, the sentiments are the same wherever they end up! 🙂 x

    • samatwitch said

      Thanks for your kind words, Christine. I love that I live in a moderate climate where we still have flowers blooming in winter – although they are sometimes rudely interrupted in their growing cycle when we get snow in January, which we often do. 🙂 As a matter of fact, I noticed forsythia blooming last week by the building where I work.

      I hope you have a great Christmas and a healthy and happy New Year. I look forward to many more poems and posts from you in 2013.

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