Somehow this says it all!
It's fun, trying to distill something to its essence... Thanks so much, Bill.
Beautiful. I haven't been commenting much here, but I'm soaking in this new form and really loving it. I promise I'll leave more tracks on future visits.
I'm so glad you'e visiting here. It's so much fun, though sometimes there's a bit of hair pulling involved, but I do love the process.
Wonderful photo! and the poem...Yes!!! Again, I am inspired by your poetry. Teresa, you know that I have a hard time with poetry, but these really speak to me. Is it because they're short and to the point? or because my own imagination/soul is allowed to translate it to my brain?
Potash Road outside Moab, Utah. Some wonderful panels there.... Short and to the point and also your imagination/soul being able to translate ... maybe a little filling in of the blanks... It's a really good way to get things distilled and the reader involved... :)
That's a great photo! There are pictographs in this area too and there were many in Arizona, some not far from my house.
Thank, Montucky! I love being around all that "history," and the fresh perspective it can give us.
A lovely pic but those people look a bit mental to me. :) Wouldn't like to meet them in a cave.
That happy family?? They probably would feel the same... :))
I'm just trying to figure out how to follow your new blog Teresa. I hit subscribe by email and it gives me this comment box? I'm on my phone. Will try again at work.
Wow, girl! Good to see you. I have no idea why it won't work ... please do try again and let me know if you continue to have trouble...
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