Category Archives: Travel

Tale of the dog

When I went to pick Romeo up from where he stayed while I was away, I was greeted with: “Oh, hi Mom. Nice to see you. But I love Bob!” And into Bob’s lap he went with hugs and kisses. … Continue reading

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Travel theme: Love

  It was a chilly September day and I was wandering through the streets and museums of Zurich when I saw this couple by the river. Looking at them warmed the day. The tenderness and emotional interchange felt contagious. I took … Continue reading

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Survived the heat!

IMG_3427, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. Sad to leave, happy to be home.  I could fill a bucket with tears; love the cool rain.

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Civilities

The heat wave in NYC continues and, of course will abate the day I leave. So yesterday and today Damian and I are staying indoors where it is cooler. Reading, composing music (Damian, not me), cooking (me, not Damian), and … Continue reading

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A change of scene

The opening reception at the Jo Beale Gallery last Sunday was very good. Usually I don’t like my work to be hung salon style, one on top of another and too close, but here it looked perfect. I can’t imagine … Continue reading

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Out of the ordinary

Bear River, N.S., originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. This weekend past, I spent a couple of days in magical Bear River, a little village, population 900 (I think), in northern Nova Scotia. The landscape, the people, the spirit, all seduced my … Continue reading

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My New York

New York City Subway, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. There are many ways to think about New York City. It’s big, it’s crowded, loud, sometimes brash, always exciting. Here are a few ways I see it: 1.It’s okay to stare. No … Continue reading

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