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A Crone’s Declaration

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About Face IV

Suicide is a difficult topic for the living. And it hardly seems approachable on this lovely Spring Saturday. This post has been stirring since I learned of the death of Dr. Frederic Brandt, celebrity dermatologist, who recently committed suicide.   … Continue reading

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Authentic Fashionista

It’s time for a little self deprecating humor. Please humor me. When I was a little girl, I was fascinated with my mother’s lipstick: Fire Engine Red. My curiosity led me to her vanity mirror where I smudged my little … Continue reading

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About Face IV

 “For by his face straight, shall you know his heart.” Shakespeare, Richard III  “The face is the soul of the body.” ~ Wittgenstein As I continue the exploration of Face, Beauty, and Soul, I thought I’d zero in on how … Continue reading

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just one more…

“A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of Grand Jatte “ Georges Seurat …just one more image that reflects the transition into autumn. Yesterday, was the best blend of cool and crisp; warm and sunny. The feeling in this painting reflects … Continue reading

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Woman Without a Past

In my very first post, Priming the Pump,  I wrote about Source, or the Wellspring from which creativity and life flows…and my beloved Wilsonia. My family of origin, through trauma and tragedy lost all photographs and memorabilia.  It was, in … Continue reading

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Lydia, Oh Lydia!

“The Paradox of life and death  returns in a new form at each new spiral of growth. If we accept this, we are not torn apart by the opposites.” ~ Marion Woodman Lydia came to us with her name. She was … Continue reading

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Priming the Pump

  Priming the pump is generally defined as: a government action taken to stimulate an economy during a recessionary period. I borrow the metaphor for the creative process, to get the juices flowing, as it were, after a lengthy period … Continue reading

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