About This

This is a blog about all that. All what? All this and that. It’s become for me a kind of intersection – a crossroads at the edge of town where memories meet the present, where grumpiness gives way to comedy, and creative connections happen by trickster design and fabulous chance. It’s also where my notepad and sketchbook life intersects so gratefully with the lives of faraway others – other bloggers and passionate scribblers; braver and bolder than me; ever inspirational and unfailingly kind. I hope in its many posts and pictures you find something which amuses or stimulates or usefully interrupts you. Maybe let me know. Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy – and all that.

 

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The Copyright Bit

© Stevie Mitchell (mitchsteve) and Fisher Lane, 2011-2016. Unauthorised use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Stevie Mitchell (mitchsteve) and Fisher Lane with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

 

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8 Responses to About This

  1. Alan Brooks says:

    mr.mitchell. remember skill ball Pell Street. street/lowe/schultz? still making. go to motinternational.com to see/read my latest. still going. can’t stop. E17. best Alan B

  2. wkshank says:

    Copied and pasted your mullion-vs-muntin sketch to educate and entertain a client (we wasted 4 e-mails clarifying she’s okay with mullions but doesn’t want muntins). LOVE your blog and will be back often (if you click on my blog you will see I have not kept up of late. you inspire me to improve.) And we are a garrison keillor family here as well. Nothing beats a good story.

    • Hi there, thanks for your like and your comments – very gratifying to read. Muntins and Mullions accidentally became, and remain, the biggest source of traffic to my blog… in which there’s most probably a lesson. In lieu of knowing what that lesson is, I’m glad my writing about them has been of help. Best wishes and good luck with your client, and future blogging.
      Cheers!
      Steve

  3. jenvose says:

    I love your cut-out poems. The entire concept is beautiful and amazing to me and I would definitely purchase a collection either on the Kindle or in nicely-bound volume.

  4. weebluebirdie says:

    I’ve nominated you for a One Lovely Blog Award 🙂 I like your quirky way with words and how you let serendipity take charge!

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