Monthly Archives: November 2013


Art That Touches Your Heart

      I came across this poem recently written by a brilliant artist:   THE LAST OF THIS SEASON WE KNEW It’s a day when rain has covered the sky in a second canopy and the world is an old mariner’s palette of copper: fresh and weathered green. It settles on you like a […]


Making the Past

    This is one of my favorite pics of The Artist.   Each time I look at it, it speaks to different feelings and moods I may be experiencing.   I love learning the nuances of the dance and tapestry of life that we are weaving in and around each other.   I heard […]


It’s A Matter of Taste

Today I started the first day of a 10 day gig –  tasting wine for Vinesleuth. It’s a way kewl, small start up company that is building a revolutionary wine recommendation app called Wine4.Me, that is intuitive and learns what you like. Unlike almost everything else on the market, they open and taste every wine […]



    Imagine:   A place where the moon is always full, where glowing flowers sing under that cool blue light while their perfume transports your memories.   A place where you sit on the Great Beach, and the sand beneath your fingers talks to you about its day.   A place where you fill […]


Almost Like Winter!

    It snowed again last night – almost 2″ up here on the hill!   The snow sparkled like diamonds in the morning sun as we walked the back woods.   Elka is in her glory and can’t understand why we have to spend anytime inside. I have to decide whether to plow the […]


Remembering Service

Per the U.S.Dept. of Veterans Affairs website: In November 1919, President Wilson proclaimed November 11 as the first commemoration of Armistice Day with the following words: “To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude […]

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