Category Archives: learning
In the classical tradition of still life painting, there is always an intimation of mortality – a piece of fruit that is spoilt or blossom that has fallen and withered. Looking at these exquisite flowers as a work of art, Continue reading
There were not many dry eyes when we saw George proudly waking his daughter… Continue reading
This Advent, a more disturbing gift has lain in wait for us.
Trying to write when too weary. Today I sat down to try and write a blog post. I try to get one written in the third week of the month. Life has been hectic this past couple of months and … Continue reading
Allowing for Surprise..
This has been a Christmas of transition. We all gathered for Mum’s 90th birthday in a rocking party in November enjoying contact with 100 family and friends – but now we are making a big change in December. We are … Continue reading
Ready Once more..