Monthly Archives: July 2013

Milk Can Update and another Design Problem ISO Solution

July 30, ‘13 “Art is not about thinking something up. It is the opposite — getting something down.”  Julia Cameron  Milk Can Update:  I didn’t go to the auction at the Community Center on Saturday night and have been curious … Continue reading

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Over These Things Part II

July 26, ’13 The color and tone of this late afternoon was bright and warm.  Not excitingly bright but much more positive than this morning and much warmer.  I’ve cast off the sweater and the socks.  I didn’t sleep well … Continue reading

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Over these things….

“Over these things I could not see; These were the things that bounded me; And I could touch them with my hand, Almost….” Edna St Vincent Millay (Renascence) July 26, ‘13 The color and tone of today is dull, dull, … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Old House….

July 22, ‘13 Where we love is home – home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts.Oliver Wendell Holmes I got up early this morning, did all I needed to do and was out the door by 9:10, … Continue reading

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As You are Now, so once was I. As I am Now, so You will be.

  July 20, ’13  “EMILY: “Does anyone ever realize life while they live it…every, every minute?” STAGE MANAGER: “No. Saints and poets maybe…they do some.”  ― Thornton Wilder, Our Town I often think of Emily when I’m working on my paintings because … Continue reading

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An Amendment to Peace Break in White’s Woods

  July 19, ‘13 In yesterday’s post I wrote that I returned to my painting spot in White’s Woods with Wasp Spray, which isn’t the truth.  I woke with a start early this morning when my mind told me I’d … Continue reading

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Peace Break in White’s Woods

July 18, ‘13 When I pulled up to the Litchfield Green this morning I had 7 minutes to spare before showing up at my job, so I took the long way around to my client’s house rather than go through … Continue reading

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