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Week in Review: B&W


a path of voices
retrieve the warm clues scattered
your time approaches

I have never stayed with one theme on my blog for very long. This is my third consecutive week to post a “Week in Review: B&W”. Progress? Calm in my chaos? If nothing else, a personal record! 🙂

A week in review. A visit to Tower Hills Botanical Garden in West Boylston MA is always a treat. Especially when a greenhouse orchid show helps me resist a chilly Sunday afternoon.

The stack of books pictured are half of what I will be reading during Expressive Arts training. Natalie Rogers, daughter of Carl Rogers, is a big proponent of various art modalities as healer. I plan to spend my remaining time helping others find their voice in paint, dance, words and song.

It feels good to have a purpose. I find we all need to heal generational trauma. Whether abused or the abusers, we must stand still and look towards the sun. A new day dawns. Hope rises.

And ten years blogging? Wow! And it has been 12 years since my brother left earth. This blogging journey will go on until I too am released from gravity. 🕊

Looking ahead. I feel myself changing. It has certainly been a while since I have revamped my image. “Borderline Crossing” will reemerge as something new in the future. Even I will be surprised as to what becomes of this journey.

15 thoughts on “Week in Review: B&W

    1. Thanks Lance. 🙂 Thanks for making me feel welcome here. And I didn’t mention this in my other replies, but it goes for all my fellow bloggers, this is a great space to be!!! And thanks to you, and all the talented writers, for holding space. I didn’t die because you all held space for me to be!!! ❤️❤️❤️✌🏼🐌🎶

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    1. Thanks. 😮… i cant seem to quit. Lol! Tried several times to abandon the word, but I get right back up and write. Id miss the atmosphere of WP and all the lovely people. Its a habit now to post. 🦩🎶

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