June 14, 2017

 During the decade of the seventies I lived across the street from an elderly woman, a Southern lady who was in her mid-eighties, and we enjoyed a gin and tonic on her back porch from time to time.  One afternoon, as the conversation lapsed, and after a long...

June 12, 2017

- but the garden responds, applauds, and breaths.  The area is small and it revitalises our spirit.  It nourishes the earth.  The waters which feed this man made cenote come from a very deep aquifer directly underneath the pool.  Lucky we are for this water which moves...

June 10, 2017

This could be Saint Germain de Pres in some other time.

June 10, 2017

On this day a few years ago I made my way to the Gare du Nord in Paris to find the train which would take me to Giverny, Claude Monet’s home.  

And upon returning home to Merida, the inspiration of that day, the colors, and the magic of the moment, stayed with...

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