Category: Snapshots

Published on October 29, 2022

Shadows of Silk

Smooth shadows of silk brush along her legs. She is seven years old and her mother has finished sewing her first gown. It is pale blue with silver pleats and feels like butterflies against her […]

Moments of Mindfulness
mother and daughter

Published on May 17, 2020

The Gift that is this Virus

Yesterday was a beautiful Saturday in Los Angeles, but it could have been a Thursday or a Monday in these strange times.  We sat out on the patio, my sister, my mom and myself.  Our mom sat […]


Published on March 29, 2020

I Choose

Snapshot – 3/28/2020 What if I allowed myself to just BE?  To let go of all the doing, the grocery store runs, the incessant hand washing, the frantically checking of the numbers, growing, faster and faster.  Click. […]


Published on March 21, 2020

Even in the chaos, Beauty Blooms

Walking down the street yesterday, out to take my much needed walk, I spotted this glorious rose in bloom. It struck me that even in the midst of all that we humans are struggling with, […]


Published on March 18, 2020

All That was Left was the Okra

It struck me as oddly bizarre, in these crazy times, to notice that all that was left on the frozen food shelves was the okra.  I wish I’d taken a photo.  It felt like a snapshot of […]

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