beauty, travel, a gorgeous film and a love story...Comments (7)
Anything can be used to wake up and breathe into the present moment: a new year, a new morning, a birthday, a death – a car accident, an almost accident—but the very best of all is love.Comments (8)
There's a birthday girl in the house......Comments (38)
Time to make the LOVE biscuits (with help from Arabella)!Comments (12)
If you have never had the good fortune to be in a class or a conversation with Maya, I hope one or the other is in your future as she is, most assuredly-- as she readily admits below-- so good at the loving thing.Comments (16)
Everything in its perfect time. Everything is unfolding. And, I am enjoying where I am now, in relationship to where I am going. Content where I am and eager for more.
Last week, Christine and I spent three days in a most magical class with an absolute love of a teacher making paper-mache creatures, replete with tiny knitted hats and crocheted trousers. There were donekeys with panniers, a house with a clever chimney, a robot with a vacumn and even an exquisitely wrought baby carriage.Comments (9)
one, two, three....What's inspriring you these days?
We have officially completed the first month of Double Dog Dare! Congrats to everyone who participated! We celebrate those who have completed their dare, we celebrate those whose daring efforts will continue into the months to come, and we celebrate the strength found in a supportive and caring community.Comments (65)
Which Knit Night Knitter
knits a tight-knit sweater
pens a well-writ letter
all whilst keeping her sh-t together?
I was being teased about my to-do list, normally written quickly with a soft, swift pen it had become bold and heavy handed with dark lines between each task and then trough them as I completed them. It was as if I was willing myself to focus by the sheer gravity of the pull of the ink. But I finished them...one by one.
For both Christine and me, we're here in search of new experience. Neither of us have been to England before--so just getting to be in the countryside with our cameras in hand, walk about the gardens, down to the village, check out the open studios (West Dean has a range of art classes going on all the time)-- is a big draw.Comments (17)
How we spend our days, is of course, how we spend our life... (annie dillard)Comments (16)
It’s the middle of winter and the weekend approaches, no wonder our thoughts turn to a warm oven and comfort foods. And yet, many of us want to make good choices about what we put in our bodies—so if you have a hankering to pull some hot bread out from the oven...Comments (7)
If Coco Chanel came back as a Scottish-born knitwear designer who made her home in the US, she would surely inhabit the body of Gudrun Johnston.Comments (4)