Action Heroes Are Go! The Scouter

The Scouter action hero’s power is to be prepared.  Practicing principles, his goal is to be available to help whenever and wherever warranted.  He is able to do good deeds through the practice of actively being trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent every day. The Scouter cannot apply… Continue reading Action Heroes Are Go! The Scouter

Queen Bee ie. Lucretia’s Empowerment

Last week I was fortunate to visit the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. I was overwhelmed and brought to tears viewing #Rembrandt’s painting “Lucretia”. The painting invokes the emotion of the story not just the violent drama of the story. “Queen Bee” (Corri Johanson) pen and ink on paper and “Lucretia” (Rembrandt) oil… Continue reading Queen Bee ie. Lucretia’s Empowerment

Action Heroes Are Go! The Researcher

What is your personal Action Hero Power? This picture is the action hero character, “The Researcher”. Like my Avatar “The Giggler”, “The Researcher” is  from a collection of Action Heroes I put together for a coloring book. There are over 50 Action heroes (in B&W and color) doing various important jobs.Each character is a real human… Continue reading Action Heroes Are Go! The Researcher

Natural Bridge

Ever since my dad showed me his pictures from the Edmond Pettus bridge march in 1954, I’ve had a “thing” for bridges.  The mechanics, structure, planning, & fore-sight it takes to build one decides what gap it must fill, how heavy a load it will burden, and who will cross it. Human made structures are… Continue reading Natural Bridge