19 March 2020
The jonquils in my yard have emerged, blooming like glory. I was struck while outside this morning, this first day of spring, with a kind of surreal awe at the beautiful constancy of this mother planet.
Even as we’re surrounded with fear or panic, which as a species we’ve seen again and again over millennia–famine, war, plague 😦 — even in the darkest days, there is the arrival of beauty.
Make art about what’s emerging.
23 February 2019
Make art about what the wind says.
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27 June 2017
Manchild’s headed off for a trip to Hawaii with his girlfriend 🙂
Make art about learning something on a long flight.
28 June 2017
I’m reorganizing and rearranging and reshaping my tiny little house in the trees, moving furniture, getting rid of stuff.
Make art about discoveries made while spring cleaning or reorganizing. Or make art about the feeling of newness that comes after a big clean or reorganization, after ‘cleaning house.’
26 April 2017
The rains have stopped and and the hadrwoods have awakened, and the drive home from campus today was a wander through every shade of green. The Guardian Oak is full and bright, and the woods are thickening. I stood with giants, all of us reaching for the sky.
Make art about the greening.
“So long now I been out in the rain and snow, but Winter’s come and gone, a little bird told me so….” 🙂 ❤ New beginnings, y’all. Letting go of what doesn’t work, moving forward to where Love is ❤