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The puddle too, is in prayer
that join is so touching!
m, that's nicely saidaimee, and youi forgot the last couple of pictures, i hope you see them, too.
"see how this icy puddle reflects the skyjust like the bluest blue on the page of prayers" another lovely Haiku from Velma :)
valerie, that's a lovely thing you wrote.
If there was a LIKE button, I'd like your response to my comment...
i DID!! i don't know why that happened; it didn't show up the first times. but i am so glad to have discovered them now. it's like having an army of ants working for you. except it's ALL YOU! so you, so perfect.
there's something about stitching that tugs at my heart....
aimee, i'm an army of ants. ronnie, because it's elemental, perhaps
this post gives a feeling of homecoming and healing. thank you.
like a soft grey gray whisper for jude...a sympathetic stitch. soft thoughts
cindy, i like thathenrietta, lots of gre/ays
the stitching is like a haiku too.
nice, neki, thanks
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much joy in small details
the icy puddle and the two grey circles are a symphony of stillness
india, i like small thingsjean, still, for sure. i like symphony.
The beautiful misty shades of grey always tug at my heart (especially when meditatively stitched). I am also partial to the rich verdigris blue/green in your Bright post.
robyn, thanks, i think responding to color is hugely important.
mmmmyour stitching has hit my soft spot.love it all in this post
judy, i'm glad!
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