Monthly Archives: February 2014

Button Poetry Presents an Event Worth its Weight in Ice and Snow

Last night I took a few moments to kick the stalactites from behind the tires of my car and to reconsider my outing before driving on roads that were better suited to ice skates. It was the kind of evening I could have spent near the wood stove with a blanket and a television remote. […]

Can Haikus During Drive Time Change Your Perspective?

Just as my annual case of winter thaw wanderlust kicked in I got an opportunity to experience a faraway place. This past week has been all about the African country of the Gambia. The experience has been just as amazing as leaving zero degrees behind and crossing the Atlantic Ocean to a seventy degree day […]