Monthly Archives: April 2017

April post 2 – Blooming the orange-gold smiles

Beautiful is the red crimson columbine like a fire cracker ablaze in the forest Dancing to a mellow tempest Blooming the orange-gold smiles of the unfolding spring Edging the roadside of wonder and bringing joy to the soul of earth … Continue reading

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April Post 1 – Calla Lily of our Soul – Julian of Norwich

One of my favorite mystics is Julian of Norwich (England) who lived from 1343 to 1416. Although voluntarily confined to a small, cell-like room called an “anchorage” in the courtyard of the church from which she took her name, she … Continue reading

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Abstract images in weathered paint remind me of Diebenkorn!

Many diverse images caught my eye and imagination this past week. Some were found in the details of boat bottoms in the commercial and sport fishing fleet docked in Princeton Harbor.  The stories contained in the peeling paint and rusting … Continue reading

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