Monthly Archives: October 2011

Fall on the trail

Autumn on the trail, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. A little more rain and there won’t be any leaves left on the trees. The colors have been beautiful this year, but for far too short a time.  After such a small … Continue reading

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Sounds of the brook

Sounds of the brook, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. This morning’s words of wisdom came from Paul Simon as he was being interviewed on Q by guest host, Jim Brown. “I don’t write from inspiration but by putting in the time.” … Continue reading

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Where is home?

Sky over the lake, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. Last Sunday, when I could, (my usual Sunday morning ritual) I listened to The Sunday Edition, with Michael Enright. At one point he interviewed the Saskatchewan writer Guy Vanderhaeghe, author of The … Continue reading

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Sunrise on Five Island Lake

Sunrise on Five Island Lake, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. Another beautiful morning . . .

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One more time

On Sunday no one asked me the question of the day. Until. Almost at the end of the day. Then up popped the question: Do you have an idea what the painting will be when finished. Many facets to that … Continue reading

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The question of the day

Yesterday, interestingly, all the people who came to my open studio, asked the same question.  Each group asked the same question.  Even more interesting to me is that every time I am with individuals or groups of people who are … Continue reading

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