December 6, 2014
Join me at the Paper, Thread, and Trash Exhibit!
At the Nashville Public Library (main branch – downtown)
Opening Saturday, December 6th from 2 to 4pm
“Impermanence” …about the fragility of leaves, snow and falling
40″H x 24″W - teabags, Gingko leaves, paint chips, glue
To see more on this exhibit visit: http://www.paperthreadandtrash.com
“Read the tea leaves” ~proverb
December 3, 2014
The Gifted Stem
A HOLIDAY GIFT! December 2014 Calendar
Download a digital calendar of mine to be used on all of your tech devices,
as a screensaver / wallpaper on a computer, laptop, smart phones and tablets. Only for personal use please.
:: Peace, Joy and Love ::
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How did it get so late so soon? Its night before its afternoon.
December is here before its June.
My goodness how the time has flewn.
How did it get so late so soon?
November 10, 2014
November 1, 2014
November 2014 Calendar: Autumn Inflorescence
A GIFT! Download a digital calendar of mine to be used on all of your tech devices,
like a screensaver / wallpaper on a computer, laptop, smart phones and tablets. Only of personal use please.
:: Enjoy ::
“November comes and November goes,
With the last red berries and the first white snows…
- Elizabeth Coatsworth
Note: I’ll have one for December too!
October 14, 2014
Indigo Blossoms… waiting for those seeds for next years planting.
I harvested all the blossoms, even the tiniest ones and put them all in water until they matured into seeds.
Indigofera Tinctoria bears the common name true INDIGO. The plant was one of the original sources of indigo dye. True indigo is a shrub one to two meters high. It may be an annual, biennial, or perennial,
depending on the climate in which it is grown.
It has light green pinnate leaves and sheafs of pink or violet flowers as seen above.
For more info on: How to Grow Indigofera Tinctoria? VISIT