Easing my way back into writing with mindfulness, introspection, and writing challenges.
I found your blog via Rebecca's Mornings with Mary and I truly savour the wonderful quiet of your post.
Thank you so much! I think I picked up the wrong prompt because I was looking for Haiku My Heart but saw her writing of Mary and was inspired to do the same.
I agree with Hettiene. I was very peaceful while I visited here. I also visited your old blog and found your little stories of the teapot and broom, etc. light and hilarious. Thanks for the chuckle. The post below, Sands of Time, amazingly reminds me of the pre-Raphaelite drawings of Sir Edward Burne-Jones..all swirley and beautiful, flowing peacefully. :)
Thank you, Judie! I think you are speaking of a blog where I can post...it's for a group of writer friends. I bet Gill wrote about the broom and teapots :))
dear maggie grace,it is lovely to have you join in mornings with mary. i love your peaceful offering, and knowing that you were so close to me while in sedona! such a special chapel perched on the rim of heaven!
Yes, it was. A life changing few days in Sedona and just wanted to stay for hours in that little chapel.
well, I'm certainly glad that I "fell into you." I like the way you lay the smaller image on the door image, such a small thing with great impact. I will be back.
Thank you, Nonnie. The door is a photo my husband's daughter took in Cinque Terre...where we also had visited. When I write I sort of don't see the door anymore but am so glad you did and it had a good impact on you!
So glad to have you join Rebecca's Mornings With Mary and haiku. Try Sunday Postcards From Paradise, too. I loved the sign about changing the world in your other post, too.
What a dramatic vista in the first picture. Where is that, please?
Thanks, Annie! It's Sedona, AZ at The Chapel of the Holy Cross. It sits atop one of the energy vortexes. Amazing place.
Wonderful words for reflection. Thank you! Words to ponder as I'm off the St. Meinrad Archabbey today to gather with Associates of the Sisters of Providence. Wishing you well!