Tuesday, March 1, 2011

a is for altar

One can appreciate & celebrate each moment — there’s nothing more sacred. There’s nothing more vast or absolute. In fact, there’s nothing more!
Pema Chödrön (b. 1936) teacher, author, buddhist nun

I was away and now I'm back. I'm afraid in my absence I got out of the blogging routine - both in terms of writing and reading. I can always count on the alphabet as a muse to get back into the blogging habit.

my wander was wonderful - spent a week in the big apple and then headed down to spend oscar weekend with my ma in metro dc. along the way I had the good fortune to have meet ups with gary and reya from the bloggyhood in addition to other friends and family.

while visiting the big apple I alighted upon a little random act of art - an adorable little street altar where passersby could leave an affirmation, an artifact, or perhaps their own little bit of art.

affectionately yours, mouse


37paddington said...

welcome home. i love you alphabet muse.

Roy said...

Welcome back Kim!

tut-tut said...

march came in like a lion here! glad you saw bloggers and had a great time.

karen said...

Happy to see you're back...and love the altar. I have three areas in my house with small altars each different. You've inspired me.
Thanks Kim...glad you had a good trip.

Megan said...

What a cool find.

Glad you're back.

I will try and keep up this time!

Watson said...

Welcome Home kimy ... missed you!