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The ordinary arts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest ~ Sir Thomas Moore ~


Saturday, November 16, 2019

journaling ...

"to move
to breathe
to fly
to float
to gain all while you give
to roam the roads of land remote
to travel
is to live'
~Hans Christian Andersen~
Even though it is snowing outside,
October and November's  art journaling pages have been filled with light houses,
 sandy beaches, sea shells,
sea glass, blue skies and mermaids ...
I'm still thinking of the wonderful time spent in Cape Cod and  those thoughts
are spilling out into my art journal.
"traveling is more than the seeing of sights;
it is a change that goes on,
deep and permanent
in the ideas of living"
~Miriam Beard~
beach walking/combing no matter what the weather
my journal is a spot to write down songs I've  practiced playing on my sweet Ukulele (oh how I love playing the Uke) … and a spot to write down "songs to learn"  which is ever growing 


"Let the version of yourself that you were, teach you.
Let the version of yourself that you are currently, comfort you.
Let the version that you are becoming, inspire you.
You are the version that you need 
and needed to be 
in every phase of your journey"
~unknown~
"You must understand the whole of life,
 not just the little part of it.
That is why you must read,
that is why you must look at the skies,
that is why you must sing and dance,
and write poems,
and suffer,
and understand.
For all that
is 
life"
 ~J. Krishnamurti~

4 comments:

Sandi said...

"traveling is more than the seeing of sights;
it is a change that goes on,
deep and permanent
in the ideas of living"
~Miriam Beard~


This is wonderful!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

A lovely uplifting post. So glad you are still out and about in this colder weather. Your journal looks like your shining spirit.

Deb said...

hi Sandi ~ I loved this quote and so happy you did too!
Hope you are having a wonderful day.

Deb said...

hi Lisa ~ thank you so much for your lovely words … so nice to read on this rainy Monday. Hope you are having a wonderful day!