Tuesday, January 09, 2007


How often do you fly against icy winds - precariously balanced on thin ice? Living on the edge?

How often do you stand questioning a doorway that seems to lead nowhere?

How often does the trail lead to places barred against you?

How often do you rest your head on a stone and sleep beneath a broken roof - open to the heavens?


  1. I'm much more cautious now... but there was a time... when I took wild chances, lived on the road, took off on journies with no destination in mind.

  2. Anonymous5:41 PM

    Oh those photos are awesome...as are the questions. something to journal about.... I had to giggle about the "google"...the "rate your professors" is a well kept secret ;)....I keep hoping to see a hot chili pepper next to my name one day (he he)..I'll be updating my powerpoint this weekend...will send it your way.

  3. Again, your photo's touch me. Thank you.

  4. Mmmm, reminds me of the openness of Sukkot.

    I just got the clipboard you sent today, and I just LOVE it! I also love the other little surprises you sent along : )

    Both the clipboard and the vase from before dovetail with personal things so amazingly, and are already becoming special sacred touchstones. Thank you SO much for your gifts! Not only are you an amazing artist Me, but a very kind and generaous person!

    Blessed Week and Blessed New Year : ) Wendy

  5. These are great photos and great questions! Very provocative. And I got your clipboard as well, thank you! How fun to have something handmade from a blogging friend. Blessings to you, Christine

  6. Oh! LOVE the pictures.

    I want that door.

    It beckons me like a lamp post to my own personal Narnia...

  7. Anonymous8:23 AM

    Very rarely

    Love your pictures...the doorway question is like many milestones on the narrow road.

  8. Thanks so much for your comment on my journal. As a matter of fact, I've seen your comments on another person's site, so I already feel as if I 'know' you! Btw, your pages are wonderful. Lots of good reading here.

    Btw, my site is http://www.themothershour.com/teatime (Tea with Milk)