Tuesday, July 6, 2004

you win some

she gathers the tales told, the tales left untold, and the tales intuitively understood, and intersperses them with sighs of recognition and smiles of understanding, before she slides them onto a stubborn but lenient thread.
there will be wholeness before she is done.
every added colour firms her resolve, and even the tiniest touches of brightness nudge her into certainty.
recovery can be an art.
and nothing heals like friendships do.


  1. *grin*
    and in all this it is the lenient thread that is crucial ... the ability to stretch when necessary ... even if it is stubbornly ...

  2. Lynn,
    Thanks so much for your comments on my site.
    I visit your site every day and I love your work.
    Thanks again.

  3. One of the joys of visiting your site (although it wouldn't seem like a joy on the surface) is my slow-ass dial-up connection...because by the time the photo has finally come up, I've read your words and tried to imagine what the photo might be OF...and I'm never even close. And I LOVE THAT! Maybe that sounds goofy, but it's like the most delightful sort of creative guessing game. You never fail to surprise...and inspire.

  4. thank you so much for your site, it's such a pleasure to look it through.

  5. I love this photo...it reminds me of playing dress-up as a little kid and piling tons and tons of bracelets up my arms. Great colours! And I agree with Marilyn...the words make the photos extra special. P.S. I finally got my website up!

  6. Now this is a neat photo. The colours are rich and vibrant and the combination of shapes and textures make for even more interest.

  7. Hmm... I like that. Recovery as an art...

  8. i guess i was looking at the same objects recently!

  9. oh i do so love photos like this, and you do them so very well indeed :)