Month: March 2019

Ancient Grove musings…

I drove to an old orchard today to collect heritage apple, pear and plum shoots. It is located in a wildlife area managed by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. The orchard was planted about 130 years ago when the area was first… Continue Reading “Ancient Grove musings…”

Belly Button musings …. Old Stones

I found an old stone today while cleaning a corner of my studio. I do a lot of beadwork, and most days drop everything from seed beads, semiprecious stones and jewelry findings onto the floor where they skitter in a thousand directions. It is… Continue Reading “Belly Button musings …. Old Stones”

Vernal Equinox

In the northern hemisphere, we are quickly approaching the time of the Vernal Equinox. The point of perfect balance on the journey through the Wheel of the Year. Night and day are of equal length and in perfect equilibrium – dark and light, masculine… Continue Reading “Vernal Equinox”

Spring Fevered…

‚ÄúSpring Fever” is an old saying that describes a feeling of invigoration and restlessness associated with the arrival of warmer weather and the renewal of nature with the coming of Spring. I also believe it describes the powerful effect anticipation and longing have for… Continue Reading “Spring Fevered…”

In the Shadow of the Mountain….

We traveled down the eastside of the Sierra Nevada Mountains yesterday to visit with my twin sister on our birthday. We followed familiar paths along the highway driving through the Honey Lake Basin, Hallelujah Junction, skirting through the Truckee Meadows basin of Reno into… Continue Reading “In the Shadow of the Mountain….”

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