Wednesday, November 03, 2010

my release and salvation

My world is cerebral at present. I read entire books in single days. I stay up until 2 am to find solitary time to write my dissertation. One skein of embroidery floss every day, I look forward to stitching it.
Getting out in my yard for a little to rake, I need to do it.

10 comments:

Kari of Writing Up A Storm said...

I've been thinking so much these past few weeks of the beautiful art that you posted on January 20, 2009 to celebrate the inauguration of Barack Obama. I hope with all my heart that people of good faith in the United States will find a way to join our hands and keep impossible dreams alive. I love how you have put your art here right into the leaves of the world. When I look at your incredible watercolors, I cannot help but wonder how you ever find a way to put down your paintbrush and pick up your needle, or vice versa. How do you choose which beauty to create? Thank you for sharing your awe-inspiring art with the world. xo Kari

Serena said...

agreed awe inspiring.

Jeana Marie said...

It must feel nice to let your mind relax while raking the leaves, much more peaceful than our neighbours leaf blower...(wow - I fall apart at about 11pm! Don't wear yourself out!). Your stitched panels are so beautiful.
xo

jude said...

raking here too.

Velma said...

pages, leaves, of books, of grass.

April said...

a little raking.
always good. its a once a year thing, you know.
xo

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Penny Berens said...

Here, I'm just letting the wind blow the leaves into the woods!
you are such a night owl.

Manya Maratou said...

judy hello and thanks for passing by. I have been following awhile, fascinated.

La Dolce Vita said...

yup, sometimes it is good to do something physical... raking leaves is a great meditation...