Category Archives: Weekly 2

February week 1 – mid-tone chants and high pitched yipping

Low guttural sounds, mid-tone chants and high pitched yipping greeted my ears, and there were roaring sounds in the background.  No, I was not at the Super Bowl.  Nor was I re-living my experience at the Women’s March in SF … Continue reading

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January week 1 – Arise, shine; your light has come!

On Sunday Meryl Streep received her 30th Globe nomination and was presented the Cecil B DeMille Life Time Achievement Award.  In her acceptance speech, the three time Oscar and eight time Golden Globe winner commented, “This instinct to humiliate, when … Continue reading

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2017 Visual Meditations with New Weekly Images

I have portfolios at  AWEgallery.com called weekly 2.  In this blog I offer you two/three new images each week with a little commentary from my soul and techniques used to create them. I consider my images  “visual meditations.”  ENJOY/share – … Continue reading

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Dec. Week 2 – mushrooms can be a sacred symbol for us!

Winter in Northern California means rain, and recently the winter skies have been releasing buckets of it.  On a single day 6 inches had fallen in the Santa Cruz Mountains, and several creeks in the North Bay surpassed their flood … Continue reading

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Dec. week 1 – malleable and beautiful – that’s my line today!

For me, this week’s visual-spiritual subjects were all about lines. What is a line? Geometrically, a line connects two points, or, from another perspective, it is a path traced by a moving point, i.e. a pencil point or a paintbrush. … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving 2016 – adding orange and black to the trees.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change stated in 2007: “Warming of the climate system is unequivocal, as is evident from observations of increases in global average air and ocean temperatures, widespread melting of snow and ice, and rising global sea … Continue reading

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Nov. week 1 – precious and endangered natural resources.

Given the presidential election results I am feeling disappointed, baffled, frustrated and angry. How about you?  I realize that, in the long run, holding onto these feelings by ourselves or for very long will not serve the goals we so … Continue reading

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Oct week 4 – That bird brought joy back into my life!

In September a CBS news story reported that, regardless of how they will vote, most women are glad a woman is a major party nominee for president.   The same poll showed that 80 percent of Democratic women and 58 percent … Continue reading

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Oct. week 3 – Seasonal change revives a treasured memory.

Sometimes it just takes a little seasonal change to revive a treasured memory from the past. That happened for me this week as I was driving interstate 80 on my way to a Lutheran pastors’  conference at Squaw Valley’s Olympic … Continue reading

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Rivets, Rust and Rope: Remembering Our Rosies

I ran my hand over the rusting rivets as a ritual of remembrance and reverence for the women, the “Rosies,”  that changed the course of history in the Kaiser shipyards of Richmond and San Francisco as well as in many … Continue reading

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