Monthly Archives: March 2015

Vigil

SLS 032705 Gather ye rosebuds while ye may,  Old time is still a-flying: And this same flower that smiles to-day To-morrow will be dying. Robert Herrick March 31, ‘15 Today is mild – 45 degrees! —  and quite often, gray. … Continue reading

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Albert’s Birthday

Albert on the computer, Mar 16, ‘10 March 26, ‘15 Yesterday was Albert’s birthday.  He’s now 6 years old.  He and I first met on May 25, ‘09, when I went to my veterinarian’s office to see the kittens there, … Continue reading

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Vernal Equinox Day 1 and 2 in very few words.

SLS 030805 Snow sifts from leaden sieves, It powders all the wood, It fills with alabaster wool The wrinkles of the road.   It makes an even face         Of mountain and of plain,— Unbroken forehead from the east Unto … Continue reading

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Not quite Winter, not quite Spring….

Not quite Winter, not quite spring…. Barway Corner Orchard As artists, we are always seeking to express that which has not been expressed. Julia Cameron March 19, ‘15 The color of today is much like the color in these 2 … Continue reading

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Maybe Spring?

When we look for a guarantee of success, we are asking to make risk-free art– but art, by definition, is risky.  Julia Cameron March 16, ‘15 The color in my immediate world today is lower, duller than the color in … Continue reading

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Mud Season

  SLS 032705 Come with rain, O loud Southwester!  Bring the singer, bring the nester;  Give the buried flower a dream;  Make the settled snow-bank steam;  Find the brown beneath the white;  But whate’er you do to-night,  Bathe my window, … Continue reading

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Cabin Fever on the Wane

SLS 030505 Mar 9, 15 The color of today is similar to the color in the above painting.  The sun is strong and bright.  There’s no wind.  I stepped onto the porch to get the mail.  There was no sting … Continue reading

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