Art

Slow Miracle Store Page?

November 13, 2013

Another of my favorite poems from childhood is called “General Store” by Rachel Field. It starts out like this: Some day I’m going to have a store With a tinkly bell hung over the door, With real glass cases and counter wide And drawers all spilly with things inside. Over 50 years later, the beginning […]

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Somewhere Over the Rainbow

November 12, 2013

November is not the time of year to see the spectacular rainbows that sometimes arc themselves in the immense skyscape above the softly rolling hills of the Palouse, fireworks in breathtaking slow motion. But the other day something happened that brought the majesty of those moments back, and sent me looking for photos. I suddenly […]

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Down By The Rivers: Falling Apart and Coming Together

October 16, 2013

After two weeks of painstaking arrangements, Romeo and  I set out this last weekend to go on a two part journey down the length of Idaho to meet up with Mike and Kelly for another celebration of their wedding with Kelly’s extended family.  I have lived in Idaho for 22 years, but because of my […]

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Plein Air Dreamin’ Come True

October 6, 2013

It’s not my habit to write about what is happening at the moment.  I don’t do it well. My cast of mind is one of memoir, and so it takes me a while to incorporate what I’m living enough into memory to be able to render the essence of it in what I write. So […]

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Listening to the Earth

September 26, 2013

Welcome to my blog’s new “look.” After I included my drawing of the little ballerina in my post In the Temple of my Daily Life, Susan suggested to me I look through my drawings and see if there was one that I’d like to use as part of a new look for the header of […]

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