is all over South Street in Philadelphia! Mark and I managed a quick trip out east, and got to see a lot of art.
Today is a wonderful day to cherish friends and family, those whose company you will enjoy today, those who will be far away but in our thoughts, and those that left us too soon, but still influence us daily. Happy Thanksgiving.
Yesterday was my 22nd anniversary, and now we are celebrating Dia de los Muertos, the day of the dead. Life goes on, at least for some of us, it has ended for others. Today we remember the dead.
Sometimes they work together beautifully, as in Clem’s ensemble of resistors and leaves!
Fall is a time when we find ourselves looking for shelter. Shelter from the cold in the warm rooms of our houses, shelter from the cruel in the warm arms of our loved ones.
It’s fall, time for the annual trip to Grand Rapids, to see ArtPrize.
Last year’s winner is still on display, Intersections Anila Quayyum Agha.
One of my favorites is outside the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, balancing act by Calvin Babich. Despite bad weather, it was a lovely day with lots of art and food!
There is a definite chill in the air, and lots of good food in season.
I’m having a difficult week, and I’m hoping a little meditation and introspection will help me cope.