The Annual Lowcountry Fiber Fair in Walterboro, SC – complete with ‘fabric bombed’ trees, community weaving projects, gorgeous handmade quilts, and bluegrass music from Bells Highway.
I recently saw this beautiful shorebird on one of my beach walks. The Royal Tern can be found on the East and West Coast of America, the Caribbean Islands, South America, Africa, and Western Europe.
This is my colored pencil rendering of it.
There is so much to be learned from a child’s ability to get lost in time. ‘Lost in time’ is such an interesting expression. It implies that time stands still and all that matters is ‘now’. If we want to know how to be mindful, all we have to do is watch children at play.
Since I mentioned soul collages a few days ago in a previous post, I thought I’d share some of my own soul collages with you.
Here I stand at the edge
of the Atlantic Ocean, my
parents, siblings, and
ancestors on one
side and my
children on the other.
A family connected only by
a large mass of water,
memories, and thoughts.