Man is born broken. He lives by mending. The grace of God is glue.

- Eugene O'neil

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

A Wednesday Web Wonder! Beyond the Vintage Path

(Image above, courtesy TiffanyJane Marshall)

Over the next week or two, I'll be introducing a few weekly posting themes to my blog.  On Wednesday, I'll feature a favorite website or blog - so that means it will be Wednesday Web  Wonder day here on the Born Broken Blog!

In honor of today's theme, I finally spent some time and customized my very own header and background - instead of using a modified version of a header that was already created.  (Not to say that there aren't some amazing free blog templates out there!  What fun it was playing with those, until I got around to creating my own.)  While I was  perusing some of my favorite blogs for inspiration, I was thrilled to be able to spend some quality time on TiffanyJane Marshall's blog - Beyond the Vintage Path.

"The future is not a result of choices among alternative paths offered by the present, but a place that is created--created first in the mind and will, created next in activity. The future is not some place we are going to, but one we are creating."

I don't know who wrote the quote above, I found it on, and it was unatributed.  However, I think it captures perfectly - my friend TiffanyJane and the incredible artwork and atmosphere that she creates and shares via her blog and websites.  Click on the link below - to learn more about TiffanyJane:

I've known TiffanyJane for five years now, and she is a wonderful online friend.  She is a founding member of ZNE and a beautiful spiritual and creative soul.  I have my fingers crossed that one day I will be lucky enough to meet her in person.  Perhaps at her house!  Here is a tiny little vignette from her home - look how wonderful:

Anyway, sure enough - the skip to her blog and websites was all I needed for inspiration.  I am thrilled to feature two of her digital art pieces floating on the sides of my blog background. 

Thanks Tiff!  As always - you are an inspiration!

Do any of YOU have a Web Wonder of your own to share?  Leave a comment/link for me here, and I'll feature your favorite (and give you a plut too!) on another Wednesday Web Wonder feature, in the not too far off future!

1 comment:

paper-n-soul said...

Lani always has interesting and inspiring things to offer on her blog. I always come away with new ideas (or new twists on old ones) after a visit.