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In My Mother’s Garden

 

31.08.2015 new_smallUncurling to Open, for Papa Har

I’ve long lost count of the times I’ve quoted Antoine De Saint Exupery, author of my favourite book, The Little Prince, in my musings, scientific and artistic. While painting this weekend, my hand following my memories as with child-like joy, I wandered through a spring time memory of laying flat on the ground, my macro lens burrowing into her garden, wisdom came to mind in the line, “Only the children know what they are looking for.”

And so it was that I once again painted until my heart was content.

What will you create today? Who might you invite to co-create something wonderful?

2 comments on “In My Mother’s Garden

  1. Great post 🙂 sometimes you just have to create something to get it out of your mind!

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    1. Lynnclaire says:

      Courtney, that’s true however for me, this was w wonderful opportunity to remember!

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