Some Ancient Place
Aka The Temple of Memory
this cloth has such depth, visually I mean
like it a lot
I thought I said something here…but, maybe I read and looked and listened and just continued…
oh ha, either is good enough
Here, at age 80, I had thought to comment, only to find that the comments already posted speak my mind. So I will simply say thank you, Jude, and all who commented. <3
glad to see you here…
my temple of memory is faded cloth, shattered silk, and broken stitches. memories come and go.
How beautiful your words are Judith.
i went to sleep last night and woke this morning to a picture of
………… ~the Universe~……………….
somehow this Cloth is kin
This, what you have said, it really moves me to tears grace.
Adapting is a key element of getting older. here’s hoping you get rain instead of hail.
What if we are still here, we got old, because we did adapt?
it’s probably true,not adapting seems the hard way.
the smaller template outline within the larger template outline truly captures memory for me. may the storm also soften over time.
Actually I stitched the roof in that temple pad on but it didn’t really show up correctly . So there’s actually 3 layers of temple.
Yes, a caramel voiced stitch-maker…
A beast wanders in from the night and crossing the threshold finds that the ancient place has a horizon inside not so different from the one outside. A new destination, perhaps just as distant … or not.
I almost added 3 beasts. 1 approaching 1 inside and then one continuing. But the one just seemed to say that anyway.
hey, hey…good to hear your voice!
This could be ok, just talking…
Always a pleasure to hear your voice… watched Nemo’s book reading and saw you there too! 💙
Ha! Didn’t know u came! Zoom confuses me….
I watched Nemo’s video from YouTube. I think it had been already over for 6hrs. before I watched it. Nemo and several others have great narrator voices! Was hoping to hear you read some too.
Maybe next time!
Love this one… and talking seems a great solution. Hope the weather is kind to the garden.
I do too, will talk more.
Hail can be brutal. I guess we will just see.
stormy here, too. wishing you no hail, but good rain.
Yeah, it’s dry
Frankly, I love listening to your voice. It’s so soothing, like warm caramel. Hoping your garden survives the storm.
I’d rather talk really….
Lovely! i love that roof! i find myself drawn to stitch or paint houses all the time. they seem like containers where we are so much of the time….
Yes, much like baskets to me.
Love hearing your voice this morning, Jude.
Hoping the storm is not severe!
I can reply to comments on my phone now, but posting is difficult with all I try to do. Talking is easier. Storms seem to be more complex these days…
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