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Wishing Love This Holiday Season

Thursday, December 24th, 2015

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Stay Curious!

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

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THE WELL OF BEING- a children’s book for adults

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

  THE WELL OF BEING – by French-born, Baltimore-based artist Jean-Pierre Weill, is a beautifully illustrated book of watercolors and an extraordinary “children’s book for adults.” It peers into the depths of human experience, our pursuit of happiness and the meaning of our existence. He questions what it means to be completely alive in our View More

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THE WELL OF BEING – by French-born, Baltimore-based artist Jean-Pierre Weill, is a beautifully illustrated book of watercolors and an extraordinary “children’s book for adults.” It peers into the depths of human experience, our pursuit of happiness and the meaning of our existence. He questions what it means to be completely alive in our daily moments.

Jean-Pierre begins with life’s ultimate purpose as instructed by Ramchal, an 18th Century Italian mystic and the book ends with an unique retelling of the mystery that we call growing up and offers a refreshing and empowering ways to rethink it.

“Who are we, really, when we silence the ego’s shrill commands about who we should be and simply listen to the song of life as it sings itself through us?”

 

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Heart in Hand

Saturday, February 14th, 2015

                Happy Valentine’s Day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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In The Words Of Anne Dahle….

Friday, February 6th, 2015

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I Totally Agree….Do You??

Friday, January 16th, 2015

Another designer friend of mine stopped by the other day and commented on how my home is just like me.  I can not think of many nicer things that could be said about a visit to my house. Then today I read the following.. This is the first paragraph of View More

Another designer friend of mine stopped by the other day and commented on how my home is just like me.  I can not think of many nicer things that could be said about a visit to my house.

Then today I read the following..

This is the first paragraph of the editor’s letter in the winter issue of DOMINO magazine-

” “Style is character,” wrote VOGUE’S great editor Grace Mirabella.  Sotrue.  I know that the kind of design we’re interested in here at DOMINO is deeply motivated by personally, experience, distinctness.  After all, the only real point of interior design is expression, of realizing yourself in your surroundings.  Like it or not, your home is who you are- a living document of your life and that of your family.  I interviewed the designer Celerie Kemble, who told me that when it comes to decoration, you only ever have two options:”You can relate to the red wine stains on your sofa either as flaws requiring reupholstery or as evidence of a really great party.” To me, the choice is clear.”

Look around your home…what do you see?






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Happy Weekend Y’all!

Collected Musings

Monday, June 23rd, 2014

Love

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always keep your beautiful imagination