ist /ist/ noun
imgres-a follower of a distinctive practice, system, or philosophy, typically a political ideology or an artistic movement.

I’ve been putting my thoughts, ideas and notions on paper on a page on my website under BLOG. Recently, I’ve been feeling like I’m not giving it the attention that it deserves. I add to the page at varying intervals, as thoughts pop into my head. No consistency. Up to this point I’ve not had a theme. It’s random—like my mind. Some would say that is creative. My orderly self is saying a bit of structure is needed.

My take on blogs is that they are platforms to share with the world who you are, what you like and what you can think about. Most of us read blogs because we are searching for a nugget of information, an idea, a way to relate, a moment of entertainment, a concept to think about.

I’m hoping I can contribute to your life in some way, shape or form. I don’t think I’m important, but I do know that there are some things I’m crazy about and there are a few thoughts floating around in my mind and perhaps you might find a way to relate to me.


Of the handful of passions of mine design is the most prominent. I see it everywhere. I live it. I breathe it. Design manifests itself in my life in every facet: my home, my clothes, my conversations, my job.

So, I’m setting off to dedicate some real time and energy to my blog

MIDMODIST. It’s what I love.

Break it down MID (as in Midcentury) MOD (as in modern) IST (as in follower).

Curator of midcentury modern design.

images-1What will you experience in my new venture? Hard to tell. But, I bet it will have a few things having to do with midcentury modern, and of course my random thoughts thrown in for good measure.

Come along for the ride.

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