Author Archives: cindyt

Although I would appear to be at the age when I have this all figure out, 'm currently searching for the answer to the question, "What do I want to be when I grow up?" Instead, I'm looking for new and socially-rewarding endeavors that allow me to express my creative side and also make me feel happy and proud at the end of each day.
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Kansas City’s 39th Street

Had a great time shooting photos along KC’s 39th Street… an older neighborhood with a ton of character.

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr… or Paseo Boulevard?

A few months ago, the Kansas City City Council voted to rename an iconic Kansas City Boulevard from The Paseo to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This immediately stirred up a controversy in the city… […]

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I do believe…

our beliefs move us toward our reality. Not that we can sit and think, “I want a million dollars” and poof! Someone magically knocks on our door and hands us a bag of money. Or […]

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The road not taken…

Life sometimes seems like one unknown set of crossroads after the other. Which path to take? Is this the road of my life’s journey? Why don’t I have the certainty that others have? I want […]

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Adding Photos to a Post…

Dancer at Maddie Rhodes’ “Day of the Dead Festival” (to “People” Portolio) Another experiment – how to add photos correctly. Okay – obviously, I need to watch the size and location of where I place […]

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Third post’s a charm…

This is really just a testing post, so I can see how the layout of the page works as I keep adding posts. I don’t like how the post headers look after the first post. […]

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Closer…

It may be hard to tell, but I AM making progress on my site. I’m using the Lightbox theme by Photocrati, but I’m doing quite a bit of customization myself. And, there’s definitely been a […]

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