Sorrow

As I watched the horror unfold yesterday, each second smoke poured from the roof of the cathedral I worried about the loss of even the tiniest piece of history. As the fire raged on I feared the worst like so many others. It wasn’t sinking in just yet. It couldn’t be as bad as it […]

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Peace be with you

OMG! it was nearly 6:10 this morning when my children came running into the room with chocolate on the brain begging to see if the Easter bunny “just happened to drop anything off for them” (since they’ve been so ridiculously well behaved this past week concerned about a shortage in sweets if they did anything but sneeze, lol). […]

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Chartres Cathedral

The Chartres Cathedral is probably the finest example of French Gothic architecture and said by some to be the most beautiful cathedral in France. Upon a trip to Paris a few years back I had the privilege to visit this sacred destination. I still think about it all the time. It’s unique spacial sensibility was such a […]

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Notre Dame from memory

So Eddie’s and Michele’s latest posts inspired me to post my own version of the famous cathedral. I made this drawing 10 summers ago. It’s part of a drawing book that I hold very dear to my heart. One that is never too far from my drawing board. I’ve moved 4 times since I filled […]

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an Epiphany

Tomorrow is Three Kings Day, or The Epiphany, a Christian holiday that commemorates the biblical story of the three kings—Melchior, Caspar, and Balthazar. It’s when the three kings (also known as the Wise Men or Magi) followed the bright star of Bethlehem to bring gifts to the Christ child. Did you know in Latin America […]

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