I hope the exit is joyful and I hope never to return. – Frida Kahlo Nothing is absolute. Everything changes, everything moves, everything revolves, everything flies and goes away. – … Continue reading Frida Kahlo, Muere el 13 de Julio de 1954
I have been very aware of late that my parrot is aging. The lifespan for domestic African Greys is about 28-32 years, whereas in the wild they live to about … Continue reading Good night, Asterix.
I am re-reading Stephen Levine‘s A Year to Live- how to live this year as if it were your last as a personal exercise schedule to take time to slow down and … Continue reading From the heart- a 15 day journal exercise Part 13: The Act of Dying
I am re-reading Stephen Levine‘s A Year to Live- how to live this year as if it were your last as a personal exercise schedule to take time to slow down and … Continue reading From the heart- a 15 day journal exercise Part 11: Fear of Dying
I am deep into the creative process this morning. This current drawing is being prepped for embroidery re Molly, a True Crime Analysis as I simultaneously review forensic techniques and review … Continue reading Death is not the end of the story, but just the beginning.
The crow guides my healing journey. It gives me the courage to enter the darkness of the unknown and to let go of fear. The crow reminds me to laugh, … Continue reading Recycled sock craft: dead crow. #Graphicnovel fundraiser.
Frida Kahlo July 6, 1907- July 13, 1954
I thought I was holding on to this ONE life I knew. My heart feeling the weight of having died a thousand deaths. I thought I was the tree, whose … Continue reading I thought I was holding on to this ONE life I knew. #journal
Riley aka Mr. O’Riley 1998-2014 My beautiful cat, Riley, passed away peacefully on January 1, 2014. He wound down slowly all last year and passed away surrounded by love and … Continue reading Saying goodbye to the life of Riley.
See also: Death studies no.1 — My art therapy has one rule:
Let the drawings happen as they should, with no fear. — My art therapy has one rule: