Sherry Bailey is not known as a person with a lack of words, as anyone who knows her can attest. Sometimes she writes for pleasure, essays and poems, and very rarely some tries at fiction. Other times she writes for more pragmatic purposes: handouts for work, articles for magazines and newsletters (mainly on crafts), essays on newsgroups on the Internet.
This space is reserved for future inclusion of examples of her writing.
Meanwhile, here is one of the snapshots that might inspire something -- it is actually sideways, the reflection of a stump in a smooth river.