Monthly Archives: August 2013

Amen

I had to share this beautiful message, from Bill Watterson, the creator of Calvin and Hobbes, my son’s favorite childhood comic.

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My Garden is a Cliche´

I almost hate to write this, because it feels like a tired topic. My garden is a metaphor for my life. I know. You’ve heard this before. But, since I’m experiencing it myself, it feels new. When I moved into … Continue reading

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An Ordinary Day

I took this picture about 10 years ago. I took this picture this morning, early, really early for them. They look like sleepy criminals. At first I wished that I had taken a better one, had my son take off … Continue reading

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My New Space

I want to share my new workspace/studio. Well, not really my new space. It’s the same space, just revamped. Whatever it is, it feels good. It’s organized. Imagine that. Sir G had a big hand in this. I’m not a … Continue reading

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Michael Jackson’s Sabbath

I have a new customer with a huge music, book and DVD collection. She loaned me her favorite book, which I read in 3 days. :  )  It was “Girl with a Pearl Earring” by Tracy Chevalier. The first page … Continue reading

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A Limited Palette

One of my customers recently asked about fixing up the outside of their mountain home with plantings and flowers, clean up their garden beds, etc… An old friend was riding his motorcycle across the country to visit them, and they … Continue reading

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Things take the time they take

This is how my grapevine looks today. Every morning SirG and I go out to check on the garden’s progress. I was excited to see that the grapes are now purple, not green. I’m dying to see the mammoth sunflowers … Continue reading

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