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September 19, 2014



lovely art...where are they going, dear Stephanie?


Dearest Steph... This is so beautiful. I so wish I could be there for this installation and to celebrate this remembering with you... thank you for including my Milt and dad along with all of these other beautiful souls who have graced our lives, given us life... thank you for sharing these riches with us... much love to you! XO


thank you for allowing me to extend my offerings to bless and honor the work of your heart and hands.
may all the love continue to awaken our deepest gratitude for all those who have come before us. may we rise like the sweet fragrance of copal to lift each other up always towards the light. may we in our remembering continue to live lives that manifest the highest and best good for all.
i am preparing to celebrate each sunday in oct. with The Art of Remembering, the dearest meme of the year at recuerda mi corazon, i hope everyone will share their remembrances there too. xo

Susan Fox

It is auspicious that I joined the haiku circle today after my initial grief laden days kept me away, I thank you that you will hold a place for'my love' on your remembrance artwork, this makes me feel the warmth from across the ocean...bless you. x

artmusedog and carol

Love the creations and 'art of remembrance in your haiku ~ Happy Weekend and celebrations!

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

Laura Hegfield

So beautiful Stephanie… I wish I could behold not only the images but the scents as well.


Such beautiful colors. Your studio must smell wonderful too.


A wonderful scent and a blessing rising with the smoke. Many good wishes to you.

Magical Mystical Teacher

Somehow I think your soul might be brimming over!

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