Wordless Wednesday – HSE Style

Having recently learned how to apply the Harris Shutter Effect, I present to you my rendition of the HSE as applied to grass blowing in the wind – Kaleidoscope version for your Wordless Wednesday. Enjoy – be well my friends.

Published by Dr. Cindy Freer Conley

Hello Friends! I am Dr. Cindy Freer Conley, and I am so glad you are here! It is so nice to "meet" you. I am entering the world of blogging for the first time, I hope you find these readings worthwhile, helpful and entertaining. I have spent my career in one role or another of the mental health and counseling world. I have worked in private practice and in schools settings. I hold a PhD in Exceptional Education with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis. I currently work in public education full time and adjunct part-time. I am a wife and the mother of three adult children and the grandmother of one young lady who is growing up way too fast. I didn't have all of the answers as a mother, although my kids would probably tell you I faked it often (I did). I don't have all of the answers now, but I do know so much more now than I did 27 years ago when I became a parent. I was a single mother for several years, and learned a lot about the unique struggles single parents face. I have spent time with great supports and time where I felt alone on my path - only to look up and realize I was never alone. We are all on a journey, enjoy the journey, but understand small changes on your part may make lasting impacts to someone else's journey.

7 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – HSE Style

  1. Wow, very very invigorating and vivid. Beautiful. How long have you been on WordPress and what inspired you to focus on kaleidoscopic designs?

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    1. Thank you. I began in the fall of this year – probably have been on here about 4 months. Kaleidoscope designs because I believe in kaleidoscope living – rather than feel like you have to ‘fix’ everything at once you can change one thing at a time and changing one thing changes everything. Kind of like a Kaleidoscope… one slight turn changes the view.

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      1. Wonderful. I wish you the best. What would you like to do with your blog in the future? What means most to you in life? ♥️

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