We Are the Rainbow

Letters to Earth - Rainbow Smileys

Some of you might be wondering why I always talk about what we can do to change ourselves instead of just focusing on the problems in the world. The answer is simple—the only soul you or I have one hundred percent control of is the one that resides within. To some, this may seem self-centered, […]

The Journey

August - Creators Realm - Jelly 21

Living your dreams is a lot like taking a trip to the distant stars. The journey will be longer than you anticipated. Harder than you expected. More amazing than you could imagine. And, the excitement at finally arriving, may ultimately fail to live up to the sheer amount of drama you had to experience to […]

Stardust Souls

April - Wanderlore Grove - Creators Realm - Jelly 23

Some believe we are made of stardust. Others believe we are souls captured in a divinely crafted body. Either way, many of us live unfulfilling lives. I believe this happens when we allow society to dictate our priorities and measures of success. This is where the rat in a wheel feeling comes from. Perhaps we […]

Rainbow Rebellion

Young Jelly Magician in Red with Blue Smoke

My creations are my calling card. They’re quirky, bold and generously hued. This color palette is not by accident. Some believe that my colors harken back to my childhood days when my sister Poppy and I discovered the Magic that allowed us to create little creatures. Others believe that the colors are symbolic of my […]

Rainbow is the New Black

Cauldron Spilling Rainbow

Rainbow, to me, is a color unto itself.  Each of us is a spectrum of experiences, feelings, thoughts and style. These things are ever changing as we go through life. Sometimes, we are more frivolous in our attitudes. Other times, we are more focused and disciplined. The colors of our life wax and wane as […]

Playing the Long Game

Game of Life - Fortune Teller

My sister, Poppy, and I loved playing cards. The fact that our father was a renowned magician both on stage and in real life probably pre-disposed us to our abiding interest. The first game we played, though we really weren’t trying to play one at the time, was guessing the reaction on our father’s face […]