An Archaeologist Unearths the Divine Feminine
Sis, I love that picture of you. I have so been enjoying these postcards. They do seem to hover between more than one dimension ...
Now that's a great idea for a different kind of travel book - hovering between dimensions :))
Brilliant Post - starts me dreaming . . . .
I hope those are the good kind of dreams, not nightmares! :))
Some people will collect anything. Not sure if it's a good thing to have such sinister objects hanging on a wall.
No kidding - especially hanging above a sidewalk where people pass underneath!
Looks interesting to me Amanda, And, may I say, you are model gorgeous.
That's kind, Donna — guess it was a good hair day! ;0-
Amanda, I agree with Donna, you look perfect and so relaxed!
Thanks Ola - as I recall that day, I was relaxed......Italy does that to a person :))
I love the village setting of your cappuccino . I fell in love with Italy to my surprise--so much to love, but that setting is a big reasonThose items are secured? Yes? :-) imagine that in Cleveland?!Happy trails, AmandaLovekj
I didn't want to get close enough to test the security of those vicious looking tools —— but yes, that wall would be one big lawsuit in Cleveland hahaha!!!
There is no end of discovery, of curiosity, of revealing and expressing something from the inner stream of life!
And that's a very precious thing to realize, Ruth <3
Oh, you make me want to hop on a plane and return to Italy. That's quite an interesting wall collage!
It must make a good burglar deterrent!
Thank you for visiting♡