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No, not gray. Preferred is the E of Grey Gardens, Earl Grey tea, and smoke grey wool. Equal measure red, green, blue, grey is gorgeous neutral hue. Grey is ceiling, roof and sky, storm and ash, slate and fence. Wisdom lives … Continue reading
Zip the lip for today. Just some roadside flowers from the morning walk. Enjoy the small things in a week of 14-hour workdays.
I am learning to be an avid trust builder. It dawns on me the crux of so many healing and empowering modalities is building trust with oneself. In midlife, this means often re-building trust after many regrets or difficult feelings about things … Continue reading
My alter ego wanted to stay in the woods all day where it had not roamed in several days. Alas, the desk and duty calls. A congregation of curves will soon give way to the sword fern spikes below. Ferns are … Continue reading
Looks a bit opaque Many thanks to designer Ambah O’Brien for her Xuan wrap, which means “spring” in Vietnamese. Her wonderful designs can be found on Ravelry here. This was my first go at learning mosaic technique for color work. Here is … Continue reading
Jolted by the thought: “You are perfect.”