The other side

 

I live in a very idyllic setting, surrounded by pine trees, beside a fast running brook, facing a big peaceful lake with wonderful neighbours who are far enough away I can’t see them but they are always there for me when I need them. I haven’t been inside a store in at least six weeks and don’t miss it. A walk on the road is always a pleasure but it is not the same as going to a park. Hopefully soon.

By contrast, my daughter, Tamar Bihari, has been posting what it is like to live in the epicenter of the epicenter of the epicenter of this pandemic. Her writing is a poignant, painful yet beautiful read, and gives a good perspective of her life in New York City. I’m sorry she and all of us have to live through this, and do hope we come out the other end in good form. I asked her if I could link to her posts on Facebook. Do take a look. I’d say I hope you enjoy the read, but enjoy is not really the right word.

About leyaevelyn

About thirty years ago, I moved from New York City to rural Nova Scotia. For an artist, it is a good place to live. Spacious and quiet. Despite the beautiful scenery and frequently grey skies, my abstract paintings focus on color, its expressive qualities and how it creates form and space.
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4 Responses to The other side

  1. I read that post on FB Leya….and wow, what an awful situation it must be in the city. Like you, i’ve very grateful to have such a beautiful and remote place to live and deal with this situation. Missing a bit of the usual stuff, but hardly at all. just enjoying myself in my studio! sending you a big hug!

  2. Carmen says:

    Hoping you are safe and far from the recent tragedy. My heart goes out to the many peaceful people of your beautiful province.

    • leyaevelyn says:

      Thanks Carmn. We are all a bit jumpy here after last weekend’s tragedy. But yes, it is mainly beautiful and peaceful.

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