Molting Into Night

Molting Into Night

16 x 20 on Plexiglass

$99

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$20 of each purchase is donated to Saving our Sisters and organization that helps expectant mothers avoid a permanent adoption choice over temporary life challenges.

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Molting into Night

Secrets of Fall

Secrets of Fall

16 x 20 on Plexiglass

$99

USA Shipping Included.

$20 of each purchase is donated to Saving our Sisters and organization that helps expectant mothers avoid a permanent adoption choice over temporary life challenges.

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Pictorial Review of Woodstock

Welcome to Woodstock, NY!  I’m happy to be here on such a gorgeous sunny winter day!

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I fell in love with these cards at Mirabai New Age Shop and picked up one for each of my children and one for myself!

 

This window is pretty enchanting

A #Fairy #farm #village??? #fabulous #window #art in #woodstock

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We enjoyed a free tour of the Woodstock Artist Association and Museum also known as the “Local Louvre”

and even picked up a couple of copie of The Bhagavad Gita in this adorable free library!

I hadn’t heard the relaxing sound of babbling brooks in ages!

A #Peaceful #babbling #brook in #Woodstock very #relaxing and #meditative.

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Who or What is a Mother Anyway?

Pondering the Differences and Similarities of Mothers

A friend of mine said to me recently, “Some people are attracted to mothers”. That’s the best I can do with the quote, I may have paraphrased it slightly.  Regardless, it opened my mind to the thought….What is a mother?  It seems that everyone has a vision of what a mother is like, should be, should do, should say, should act, and turns out is seems every single perspective of what a mother should be and every single perspective of what a mother is, appears to be quite different these days depending on who you ask.  Quite a bit different then in the Victorian age when mothers where known as the Angel of the House.

 

Today we mothers are angels, sinners, saints, whores, punks, hippies, artists, lawyers, musicians, professors, weirdos with rainbow colored hair, breeders, cheaters, lovers, friends, bitches, loved and hated equally by many. We aresexy, sassy,  natural, biological,  bi-racial, straight, lesbian, married, single and living in sin, rich, poor, some where in the middle, work outside the home, or stay home, whether the rest of society thinks we ought to, or not, we are real and we are fake, depending on how some other person is points at us, their expectations and interpretations of what a mother is or should be.  Every mother, in her own way, is still the Angel of the House doing the best she can to take care of herself and of her family, adapting and overcoming with ever changing times and shares an intimate connection  with her children whether it can be seen outwardly or not. Could this be the biological bond of God and nature at work?