For days now the burnished tones of autumn had been slowly sneaking into the landscape. Celandine couldn’t help but revel in the warmth that the colours brought to life. As she stepped from her home in the early morning, she took a moment to appreciate the cobwebs hung between the trees and bushes, resplendent as … More Burnished
What a year it has been! I was writing a letter to a friend yesterday to be sent with her Christmas card. She lives up in Scotland and we only manage to see each other only once or twice a year. This year we haven’t managed to meet up, so I thought I would scribble … More A time for contemplation
There is something… life-giving about standing in rain. We have had little chance to escape it here the past few days, but I do love the music that it brings when each drop hammers onto an umbrella, or splatters onto the flatness of leaves. There’s such a freshness to the air in contrast to how … More Coffee And Rain
She wished she were seen to be something worth holding onto. It struck her as frustrating that the moment she seemed happier in herself, that was when others saw no need to value her as she was, or seek to revel in her. Credits: Shoes: [Gos] Khloe Buckle Platforms available now at Uber : http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Uber/135/128/27 … More Something to hold onto
Is it me, or has daily life become very loud? Don’t get me wrong… I am very capable of competing with noise! *chuckles* I recently spend three days with lots of different people involved in a family wedding. Those of you who know me, know I am very much an entertainer at times. A few … More Let your quietness shout loudly in a noisy world!
Here’s the thing… it doesn’t need to make sense to anyone else what, or why I do what I do. As long as I have my reasons, and my own path to follow, that is all that matters to me. I recently did a painting of a group of sheep, and called it judging. So … More Gypsy