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December 12, 2015



a labour of love, poignant, beautiful, what a wonderful space! Peace and love xo


I have enjoyed the love and passion you exhibit in your art work and in your words honoring our divine feminine. Blessings to you.

Fran aka Redondowriter

When I see this installation it's like the finale of a big fireworks show. I can certainly understand why this took up most of last year. Thanks for accepting my FB request, too. I just love your work and I'm going to try and be more diligent about blog hopping and being intrigued when you give us a taste of your creativity on FB. Have a beautiful Christmas and a healthy and happy new year.

Paula Scott

Yes, I have that love of the goddess too-and all that is the feminine divine!


thank you dear friend. it has been such a rekindling of the very way we met-here in the blogsphere!
your work is straight from the heart and inspires us all to reflect deeply.
i hope we are both in a place to host dia de bloglandia this year!


This is an awesome installation. I wish I could view it in person!

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