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I’ve been remiss about the Cherished Blogfest this year but it must have been in the air because I have company! It has been extended, and so, here is my entry… AND YOU HAVE TIME TO WRITE ABOUT YOUR FAVORITE … Continue reading
I never noticed Hawthorns until we moved to Portland, though my Mom insists we grew up with them all around. Maybe the ocean was too dazzling for me to notice them. They are everywhere, and gorgeous! Now I look for … Continue reading
“Mayan” watercolors began appearing as a fad name a few years ago. Loving Primateks, I wanted to try them… Cut to the chase, I was disappointed. Originally Mayan blue was developed by the Maya people, who ruled Mesoamerica from 290 … Continue reading
I don’t know where I caught the snippet of a poem which was a song not a poem but it has rolled around in my head for weeks, these few lines: “Now that I’ve worn out I’ve worn out the … Continue reading
These lovely purple daisies, a ground-cover, also found on our walk to breakfast… so sweet, hardy, covering an entire small yard of a painted lady. To hear about classes, follow me on Facebook or check out my new, improved dkatiepowellart.com … Continue reading
A memory from our walk to the Standing Stone for breakfast. Nothing beats spending time with Mitchell. We saw Autumn straggling cheery street roses. I don’t know how they survive in poor light under the trees! I love my Nostalgie … Continue reading