Crumb – The Mountain You climb

Crumb – The Mountain You climb

I was riding my Peloton today with Christine D’Ercole, and she said something about mountains. She meant her comment to be about life and bicycles. As the philosopher of the group, Christine does this often. Anything she says can have two, three, or five meanings. You...
Crumb – Immigration

Crumb – Immigration

Years ago I decided to move to France. I wasn’t smart enough to fly there and stay until they kicked me out and I thought there must be a process. I wrote the embassy an effusive letter about their wonderful and beautiful country, and asked what I needed to do....
Crumb – High Art Misgivings

Crumb – High Art Misgivings

There’s a moral to this story for writers, but you’ll have to mull on it a bit to discover yours. Pluck a blade of grass to chew on and lay, staring at clouds, to consider how this applies to you and your art. Maybe you’re in love with dancing...
Crumb – For writers and other creatives.

Crumb – For writers and other creatives.

You already know this, but it’s good to be reminded: reading three posts on Medium by a writing coach is not writing. Scanning photos on a favorite furniture maker’s blog is not furniture making. There’s a fine line that slides for everyone between...
Crumb – You At The Beach

Crumb – You At The Beach

How about this? And, though I don’t wear a bikini, I’m talking to myself. How about we forget the summer beach body or the wedding body or the have-to-look-good-for-someone-else body? How about cleaning up and enjoying the skin that we live in every day? For...