Last evening we watched a deeply moving film. The title was, "Mrs. Lowry and Son". I highly recommend it! As "artists" we were intrigued with the story, impressed with the cinematography and acting by both Vanessa Redgrave and Timothy Spall. Even thought the subtle, but adept directing by Adrian Noble produced a work deserving of … Continue reading There are always shades of gray…
A muse at day’s ending toward a new year
Musing pen in hand... In response to a blog post from Jane Davies (https://janedavies-collagejourneys.blogspot.com/2022/12/committing-to-play.html?fbclid=IwAR08TZhbc-mTGUCYBX0159bVh5PGEq7VkxyFEwwGpkLnj0ScDE5ROHf1czQ) an artist whose style I admire and whose teaching style fits my learning style, someone who I don’t even know posted this: "… If the creative work gets to the point, where it is not enjoyable then I don't do it … Continue reading A muse at day’s ending toward a new year
A Benediction for 2017
by susanna suchak adapted from “A Blessing for the New Year” by Kayleen Asbo (dedicated with gratitude to Mike Prepsky who always inspires) As the presence of light begins to grow with each passing day may the fearful places in your heart unclench their grasp on your life; may your courage blossom and bloom. … Continue reading A Benediction for 2017
Caregivers are compassionate. It is their nature. For most humans it is their nature and very natural to care. It can be an exhausting job though. Sometimes the compassion well feels pretty dry and empty. Oftentimes, caregivers are not the first to notice the symptoms of empty well or exhaustion until they are just about … Continue reading #bounceback
Right on cue the sun has reappeared in the Owen Sound sky. Tomorrow we gather at Heartwood Home to play, to laugh, to connect. I am sooo ready for this. Thanks to Teesha Moore and Carla Sonheim for sharing their talents which inspired me to stretch and grow my creativity... We'll take our glossy "junk … Continue reading Sunshine!
Home and Light
“Home is where the light lives.” ~ Kayce Hughlett “As I lay pondering” I am watching snow pile up, listening to the winds gusting, feeling “tucked-in” and safe and cozy. Though “the weather outside is frightful” the snow does brighten up the view from my window. And I am so very glad to be upright … Continue reading Home and Light
The promised flip…or turning over a new leaf
The Cereal Box JournalPresentation Sorry, you'll need to have Powerpoint on your computer... and you may need to "enable editing" to view it properly. I think I need a videographer who'll work on a barter system... Hope 2015 is wonderful for you.
living in a state of perpetual confusion i float through what is called my life wondering how it came to be that no matter how hard i tried doing never satisfied anyone so i gave up and now ... just be. (* tagmeme)