Saturday, April 29, 2006

Sunday Scribbling #5/3 Why I Live Where I Live



18 comments:

Shuku said...

Oh Annie how -true- that is. Where we live isn't necessary geographical. Thank you for the thought-provoking writing. It was timely.

--Shuku, Sunday Scribbling.

Flood said...

This is a really great entry. Your honesty is beautiful.

GoGo said...

What fun. Both the words and creativity of the art really do inspire. They say as a Cancer, my sign, I carry my home like a shell on my back, so I appreciate the idea that home is not just geography.

What a creative way to go about this entry.

GoGo said...

What fun. Both the words and creativity of the art really do inspire. They say as a Cancer, my sign, I carry my home like a shell on my back, so I appreciate the idea that home is not just geography.

What a creative way to go about this entry.

Susannah said...

wanting the external to reflect the internal - yes, i can relate to that. a very honest heart-felt post, thank for sharing that Annie (and so much more powerful by being hand-written)
Sx

Mary Jane said...

beautiful post and presentation...thank you for sharing...

Jennifer (she said) said...

i can relate very much to issues with creativity and making a place for that in are lives...and the connection between home and the body we can relax in. really nice take on this theme annie.

Jessie said...

this reminds me of the saying that where ever you go, you'll still be there, that we can't run away from ourselves. i can relate to the frustration of the body being out of balance with the body and mind--how they can fight and work against each other...and then again, you made me feel grateful for this body that encases me, this mind that makes sense of things, and this heart that makes me care. when i think about it, i'm more grateful than i realized for this "traveling" home. and in that way, i never leave anything behind. "home" is carried at a molecular level.

and your journal...it is beautiful.

Jennifer said...

Love the journal pages. LOVE them. And your unique interpretation. Just wonderful.

paris parfait said...

Great presentation! So true that we live inside our minds, hearts and bodies. The rest is just frosting on the cake.

paris parfait said...

Great presentation! So true that we live inside our minds, hearts and bodies. The rest is just frosting on the cake.

paris parfait said...

Lovely presentation. It's really true that we live inside our hearts, minds and bodies. Everything else is just icing on the cake.

paris parfait said...

Hi Annie - Have tried to post a comment three times, so hope this one gets through! Great presentation. So true how we really live in our minds, hearts and bodies. All the rest is just icing on the cake.

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

to be one with oneself is home!

Joy Eliz said...

Your journal and entry are absolutely beautiful!!!! I really connect with what you've said. Especially 'the extention I show to the world...'
This is fantastic...keep up the great work!

Brad said...

Joyful. Thanks for a peek into your world - or rather heart/soul/mind...

krista said...

I like that you beleive in and live in your creative heart. I can't think of a better place to live.

Kim G. said...

So true and so honest. Thanks for sharing your journey. Lovely to see it in your hand - a true expression of the heart without the filter of a "delete" buton! :)