welcome back to New England, mim!
Lovely photos, Mim. So nice to have you back. Will you send me your email? I have so much to tell you. Love,
Dear Mim - ah, joyous spring! New England will be glad to have you back. I love the first line of your new poem... might we be allowed to see more one of these Tuesdays? I do hope so! I am flying to Christchurch today and will be taking your "Devotion" and Melissa's "Squanicook Eclogues" with me. I feel very fortunate to have these fine volumes accompanying me. Thank you. Take care.Love Claire
It is good to hear from you all. Claire, Melissa also has a wonderful memoir, "Color is the Suffering of Light." Thank you, generous reader.This is the most gorgeous spring.
Dear Mim, those pictures are wonderful, it's overwhelming in a way. How do you feel changing places? I wonder if it's it easy for you?All the best, smilla
missed you! I'll keep my eye out to see you walking by.
Smilla, dear: This time I easily slipped into life here. Before I used to come home in March when the weather was still harsh. Now it's soft. I do miss the beach, though.Mim-K, I walked past your house yesterday; cars gone so I didn't ring the bell. See you soon. When will you put out your tomato seedlings? I'm nursing some I carried back from Florida. They're on my window sill, getting leggy.
"I've learned to live without worrying," what a wonderful message..thank you...