Monthly Archives: May 2008

last day of 35

35 has been great. I’ve loved every minute of it. Every minute, even the bad minutes cos we all know that life is not life unless there are bad bits. I have just learnt, another year on, to deal a … Continue reading

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and the prize for best sunset goes to…..

I just love the autumn sunsets….. I know I’ve said it all before and I’m sure it gets boring BUT seriously, how good are they???  And….. autumn is nearly over so I may as well make the most….. Looking out … Continue reading

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some journal pages

I can’t lay claim to the beautiful art work on the left hand side page – it’s a piece that Misty gave us all as a little gift in our self portrait class at the retreat.  that, and a pile … Continue reading

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i think i’d call it colour therapy!

i’m deliberately avoiding writing a blow by blow description of the retreat. i find that when i blog things, my real world journal misses out and i really want a touchy feely paper version of my first retreat experience…. also … Continue reading

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just breathe…

words are a little hard to put together at this point…. I am just writing a brief sentence or two at this stage while I wait for my photos to print. the weekend was the first time I have experienced … Continue reading

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artistic journey journal pages

This morning was the first time I’ve actually felt REALLY excited about the Artistic Journey Retreat.  I woke up early (nothing unusual there…) and had butterflies in my stomach.  I felt like an excited school girl!  Oh wow. Its happening … Continue reading

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letting go

There have been some pretty spectacular paintings in the sky of late. Mother Nature has been busy. It’s autumn here and the colours of the setting sun reflect perfectly the autumnal leaves of the surrounding grape vines and deciduous trees … Continue reading

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