*some small plot detail spoilers contained in the description below* When I found this book on the stacks of Halifax Public Libray, as I navigated through the careful architecture pathways - looking for inspiration in environment or education or both - I noticed in the Table of Contents that the second chapter (all named after … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: ‘love is a mixtape: life and loss, one song at a time’ by Rob Sheffield
Both in storyline and landscape. from this chat, I reflected how this version of the same synthesis In my context Has not been easy but it has been kind many times over.
This past Sunday was celebrated in United Church families as 'joy sunday'. A reminder of that being the original inspiration for my middle name, at it is around my birthday each year. In fact, the first year of that annual proximity was inspiration enough for it to be inked onto my birth certificate. So, it … Continue reading Connectivity of Joyfulness
This past September I packed up my life from the corners of Canada where I've been hiding and moved to the Annapolis Valley for the first of two years attending CoGS, a respected but secret place for mapheads. (cover photo courtesy of NASA, landsat5,+ ERDAS Imagine) I have embraced my affinity for visual memory recall, … Continue reading Cartographic Conversation
2 years ago, give or take a wrinkle in space time, she met a pale blue dot of galactic gravity. He helped her find mirrors to shine sunlight into the deepest part of her caves. with eyes that shone like diamonds and a track record of defeat, he knew he may be more than she … Continue reading Collections of Stardust, part 1 of Yesterday’s Tale
When you arrived, it was with a breath of goodness and a hug of love. Now with a reminder of our love in recent memory (you stepped out this morning) I’m smiling with your grace and joy, it’s a part of me again Active progression of thought and rhythm keep this life enthused Daily breaths … Continue reading synergy of the sol