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A beautifully worded reminder of our origins in the earth. It dismays me that TV weather forecasters in the US all seem to assume that their viewers are entitled to warm, sunny weather--always--and they apologize and wring their hands when forecasting rain. The Pacific Northwest, where I live, wouldn't be a land of great forests and cascading rivers without abundant rain. Yet we act as if a rainy day here is cause for lament. So odd.
Toggle Commented Jan 23, 2018 on On a dark day in Devon at Myth & Moor
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A breath of fresh air in a smog-laden world. I can breathe more easily now. Blessings to you, now and always, dear Terri!
Toggle Commented Aug 9, 2017 on A language of land and sea at Myth & Moor
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Well-balanced and thoughtful. When I'm visiting a close relative and forced to endure the local TV news & weather, I often consider writing the TV meteorologists to point out that 100% sunny warm days are NOT really desirable for our health and the health of the planet! Listening to them give the forecast, one would think that we are entitled to constant pleasantness and that somehow we're being treated unfairly when it rains or gets cold.
Sympathetic evolution--brilliant! I think you're on to something, Jude!
Toggle Commented Aug 13, 2011 on leaping ahead at Spirit Cloth
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What a beautiful phrase: "how softly things fade from our memories"!
Toggle Commented May 31, 2011 on how time softens color at Spirit Cloth
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So evocative, just seeing that handwork. In a novel of that period whose title I've forgotten, I read that women would turn their dressess when the front side of the fabric faded--take the garment apart, turn the reverse side out, and reassemble it, so it appeared newer. If your dresses were "twice-turned," that indicated poverty.
Toggle Commented May 31, 2011 on how time softens color at Spirit Cloth
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Dear Nina, what a blessing that you and mother and sister are so completely present in this moment with your beloved father. You might want to sing to him, if you aren't doing that already. Music can reach magically across barriers and open hearts. Much love and power to you at this time. ~Ramona in Seattle
Toggle Commented Mar 7, 2011 on another update at Ornamental
Luscious drawings! They give me the urge to pull out my journal and water colors and attempt to draw.
Toggle Commented Feb 28, 2011 on In case you're in THIS Neighborhood at Lisa Hoffman
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You're too modest, Lisa. This one shows a definite flair for design. Gotta be bold, IMO. Way to go!
Toggle Commented Dec 30, 2010 on I'll just whip one up at Lisa Hoffman
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