Monthly Archives: February 2012

A Southern Experience

A sermon by an African American priest this past Sunday, in honor of Black History Month, brought back this memory for me:  June, 2006.  My husband and I were doing some exploring in the deep South, landing in Jackson, heading … Continue reading

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Desert Thoughts

I love the desert.  It is harsh and dangerous yet filled with surprising beauty.  It is a stark beauty that one must become accustomed to, an appreciation that must grow on one gradually.  I love the wide open spaces, the huge sky, the dramatic … Continue reading

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Jesus Blesses the Children 7

Today was an eventful day. I completed the icon of Jesus Blessing the Children.  It will “cure” for about 3 months, then I will put a final protective coat of beeswax over it, to give it a soft luminous finish.  This icon … Continue reading

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