Hello there. I hope that you have a good week, yes?
I am going into my annual quiet time, where the words start to slip under the covers...
...those of you who have been reading for a while now (merci infiniment!) know that I tend to shift towards the visual as the verbal crosses itself out.
...when I opened the shutters with a clank this morning, the sun was bobbing merrily in front of my eyes...
...inviting me out to nose around...
...and let go a little bit.
...and I certainly was not about to let this budding opportunity to give my salutations to this sun slip beyond my breathy grasp.
Of course there were a few "technical difficulties" as I shifted buttons on my camera to switch from dusky greys to sapphire brights...
...but nothing to keep me from remembering this beauty, one that is immortelle...
...enough to make me dance, to make me dizzy, under a sweeping sky.
Have a great weekend everyone.
Pour mes lecteurs francophones en Provence:
My lovely friend and talented artist Christine Millerin is about to launch a very special workshop on the subject of "Création textile en méditation" in partnership with Isabelle Nyssen at Ms. Nyssen's Zen Atelier in Arles. Through the use of shiatsu and meditation, one will be able to untie some of the issues from the past all while using textiles to weave together a "relique" fabricated through thoughts and sensations to move forward in harmony. It sounds phenomenal. There are several dates for each three-day workshop:
February 5, 6 and 7th
March 18, 19 and 20
April 15, 16 and 17
Each workshop costs 180 Euros.
For further information, including times and location, please contact Christine at 06 70 76 80 16
or at firstname.lastname@example.org
*In no way is this sponsored, as always, I am just passing along something that I think might be of interest.
PS. I am having some difficulties with Blogger as of late and mysteriously lost a sizeable amount of members on Google Friend Connect overnight (a number that is more than a possible stampede towards the exit!). Of those of you that are still on Blogger, are any of you also having problems? And for those of you that have made the jump to Wordpress or your own domain do you like it? Was it hard to make the switch? Thanks for your thoughts...