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Posts tagged ‘Loved You Before’

Daily Prompt Love <3 Letting Someone In

22 July 2017

Make art inspired by this:

let someone love you

 

 

Daily Prompt Love Catch-Up <3 Carnivals, Weeds, and a Fistful of Stars

10 June 2017

Accompanied my daughter and son-in-law today for that GrandPerson’s first trip to a fair.

Make art inspired by a fair, or carnival.

Max Merry Go Round 2

11 June 2017

Traveling on back roads today, my favorite way to get anywhere.

Make art about back roads, country lanes, two-lane blacktops cutting through nothing but countryside.

12 June 2017

Grading and gardening day.

Make art about pulling weeds, about weeding things out.

pulling weeds

13 June 2017

Dreamt someone I love brought me a gift.

Make art about a fistful of stars.

hand filled with light

Daily Prompt Love <3 Another Time

25 May 2017

Been reading and thinking a lot lately about vintage sewing, about work done by hands in the countless generations before me. 

Make art about feeling connected to something from another era, another time. Reveal this connection through a specific daily process or specific object. 

 

Daily Prompt Love <3 Voice, and Where You've Been

25 March 2017

“All I have is a voice.” ― W.H. Auden

Make art about your voice, losing it, having it silenced, finding your voice, recovering your voice, raising your voice.

voice

 

26 March 2017

Make art about a past life.

past life

Daily Prompt Love <3 Again I Dreamt

20 March 2017

A recurring dream plays a significant role in the novel I just started. 

Make art about what you dream again and again. 

recurring dreams 1

 

Daily Prompt Love <3 Hello From the Other Side

10 March 2017

Make art about messages from the other side.

other side

 

Sometimes the Prompt is Your Own Pain, and Growth

14 June 2016

Five years ago today, my beautiful funny sexy irreverent brilliant soulful husband, John Little Bear Eaton, walked on to the next life. 

“what remains with me vividly to this day is my recollection of a circle of light that shone out from Rafe and enfolded us both, and the deep sense of comfort and familiarity between us, as if we had somehow always known each other and were merely resuming a conversation that had gone on from eternity.”
― Cynthia Bourgeault, Love is Stronger than Death: The Mystical Union of Two Souls

 

Make art about the eternal nature of Love. 

 

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