We settled into timelessness by the sea this past weekend.
It was the "shoulder" season. Fall nugging Summer but she came anyways.
Finishing up Gentian Hill by Elizabeth Goudge for this conference
next weekend. I always come back to Goudge to find her delightful
writing. Truths woven into the stories that mirror Scripture. Not many
writers do this today. I can only name a handful. How about you?
Did coloring, zentangle, and lettering at the beach cottage. So much fun and
the time became still.
Just found these narration ideas:
Don't you like the Corot painting?