Monday, April 09, 2012

from the other brain half


I'm still tinkering around with the code for the gallery on my website. I've figured it out, I think. but the hard part is deciding which images to show and in what order. And then there's the  re-shooting to consider as some  really crappy pictures come to light.

It was a busy weekend with much more work than play and no holiday doings at all besides eating the bunny's ears.







there are  flower seeds in the ground now and another dozen mason jars with cloth and dye out in the sun until tomorrow.


I am bruised with second hand sadness. Someone I love is in pain from a broken relationship. Nothing I can think of to say makes any sense or difference  so I'll keep mum unless asked.

7 comments:

Dee said...

hard to stay quiet in that situation... sorry to hear.

deanna7trees said...

i see the face of the wind in that elongated egg shape in the first image. love it. sometimes things are best left unsaid.

Serena said...

sorry about your loved one.

and sorry you didn't get an egg hunt. ours was quite fun.

susan christensen said...

Gosh, I am sorrowing for the same reason these days - hard to see our sweet ones in pain... a wise friend once told me that everyone is entitled to their own pain, so I, like you, remain quiet from giving advice. Like the way this piece is coming along, btw. -sus

joe madl said...

am enjoying this piece immensely! love the colors and forms!

as to remaining mum...sometimes a quiet hug is infinitely more helpful? coming from a rather lonely place in my life these past several years, i can attest that the helpful advice, however well-meaning, usually makes the hurt more intense. sometimes, it is just better to be able to sit in one's pain and know that there are others who care enough to just be there, quietly waiting, is more productive... but then, i think everyone is different, so who knows? clearly, it hasn't gotten me anywhere! ha!

Anna said...

I love it.
A hug.
Anna

Sherri ~ daintytime said...

such intimate details... Thanks for sharing. I think the images themselves speak volumes to the compassion you feel for your friend.