For Those Who Have Far To Travel

angels everywhere /Michele Bedigian

For Those Who Have Far to Travel • An Epiphany Blessing • If you could see the journey whole you might never undertake it; might never dare the first step that propels you from the place you have known toward the place you know not. Call it one of the mercies of the road: that we see it only by stages as it opens before us, as it comes into our keeping […]

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linocut moonbeam/Michele Bedigian

“moonbeams” is short for Moonbeams and Oops!, a children’s book project that resurfaced on the board a few weeks back. It’s been one of those personal projects that’s evolved with time and a labor of love. The thumbnail above is a lino-cut of a visual idea I’m playing with for Little Moon’s celestial ancestor’s who watch over her from […]

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Many Moons Ago

You would think a new schedule would keep me on my toes. While it is still Saturday, this is far from a Saturday post. Intentions, intentions, intentions…always good intentions. Saint Bernard, Virgil, and Milton would have something to say about it right now. Either way, spring was certainly on my mind today and though still cold […]

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