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Ah, yes, That was me... Thank you for what you sa...

2006-09-21T15:09:00.000-04:00

Ah, yes, That was me... Thank you for what you said about my painting.. Soon I will post more work - more work of a personal nature rather than my "production" work (murals)...

Great book recommendation BTW, I know Annie Dillard's work very well - having read "Pilgrim" many years ago and again a time or two since. I shall offer up one of my own: Though I am not a huge fan of Stephen King, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon - is somewhat of a departure.... I really enjoyed this book and to say why would give it away...

A walk with a thermos of coffee - right up my alley... Climbed the big hill with my coffee this am.. . stepping carefully around the fire ant mounds..

Thank you for the commentary and conversation...



Thank you -- I think you sent me a harrowing tale ...

2006-09-18T18:09:00.000-04:00

Thank you -- I think you sent me a harrowing tale of yellow jackets (a never forgotten enemy of my Arizona childhood...along with "Big Black Bees" (said in a shrill, near-panic little girl voice)). You're right, at least my invaders weren't interested in me, personally.

This is a really lovely painting -- it makes me ache to go for a long, meandering walk, maybe with a thermos of coffee...insect dangers or no.

Oh! I'm hardly ever presumptive enough to recommend books to people, but for more tales on the frontlines of the natural world: "Pilgrim at Tinker Creek" by Annie Dillard.