Posts Tagged ‘macdowell colony’

~aventures du louchette flâneurse: 12ème~

Friday, November 27th, 2009

We expect possibly ten days of rain upcoming, so I took the afternoon to wander Montmartre, in the area that was our stomping ground on the last trip here. It is such a fine nook, a little village. Found the shop with the incredible Moroccan mint tea that I used so sparingly back in NYC […]

~happy two year blog anniversary!~

Sunday, October 5th, 2008

Begun for Macdowell Colony dispatches, continued as an experiment in being other than I am (or at least stretching boundaries regarding self-exposure), and no end in sight… Thank you dear blog, thank you dear readers. click on image to expand

~thanksgiving walk and apres, last day~

Thursday, November 23rd, 2006

~after a rain~

Thursday, November 16th, 2006

Here are two favorite passages from a poem not yet published, or I would include the whole poem. Soon enough. After A Rain by Mary R They noticed, you see, that I was a noticing kind of person, so they left the dictionary out in the rain and I noticed it, I noticed that it […]

~saw a deer’s breath~

Thursday, November 16th, 2006

The two Alexandreas said I looked glamorous, no make-up, sneaking out to send my email…I felt like a Joni Mitchell album cover.

~the grass nearly swept me away~

Tuesday, November 14th, 2006

~come ona my house~

Saturday, November 11th, 2006

This morning I hear a car pull in front of my studio. It must have been the door slamming shut that woke me. Feet crunch closer and then a knock at my door. No one is allowed to visit another’s studio uninvited. I think “Yay! They’ve come to deliver wood!” I’ve been out for a […]

~it rained~

Thursday, November 9th, 2006

~jewel of the lotus~

Wednesday, November 8th, 2006

~a three hour tour~

Monday, November 6th, 2006

the gorgeous bicycle i rode once, the antique shoe-leather having done unmentionable things to unmentionable parts! That is the hand-painted lunch basket arrives on my doorstep each day… a few shots of the tour of the grounds I had yesterday. It was three hours, just like Gilligan’s, and full of good stories, history of this […]

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