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This week I will be in New York City with my 14-year old son. Exactly a year ago we stayed in Brooklyn, and loved it. I could live here, my son cheered. I so agreed. – We had such a … Continue reading
The drawing I made before I looked up the photo’s. I remembered it by day with the sunlight beaming in on either side of Matisse’s glance. It was Diana Ross singing Mahogany that made me think of Matisse’s self … Continue reading
I like to cycle and this is what I saw the other day, only a mile away. A ship with a load of sand on it’s way to the North Sea (?), seen from the Nescio Bridge. On trips … Continue reading
Looking forward to visiting again next October 🙂 [now play the music]
I love my home. Often before I go to sleep I think of how fortunate I am having this home. And yes I still feel it came to be in a wondrous way. My thoughts here.
I have been collecting images of the eye in creative expressions. It seems the eye is a versatile and powerful symbol.
This blog is about inspiration, and one of my places to turn to is astrology. I know I know, but I have had this interest* for so long and have kept so many followed up signs, that – I admit … Continue reading
Eva Cassidy, I didn’t know her, my sister* left her name on a napkin, to check it out. The song I heard before (here featuring Michael Bolton – I know, but!) it’s the type of song that can … Continue reading
iMac – Where would we be without? Celest church – Charity shop find. I sometimes go there to look for a sign, something striking. Random. It’s the light blue church at the end of the path that does it for … Continue reading