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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Back to our roots...

Today there's a feeling of adventure in the studio.
We have had our finishing touches felted and now we are off on a field trip!
From whence we came!
Down the abandoned road...
...and into the woods!
We have many activities on the agenda.
First, a conference...
...a meeting of new, like minded ideas will be discussed...
'Putting our heads together', so to speak.
These toadstools provide us with important information, imprinted into their flesh...
We absorb the lost stories of our kin and take it with us deep in our hearts and minds...
Down through the shady forest, we contemplate where the big people have walked...
Look around to see where the woodcutters have left their mark.
So far this place is still quiet and very much intact.
A small trail leads us to where the mighty bear and svelte deer nose their way
through the trees...
...and then amongst the moss and silence we sit.
Our hearts are awash with emotions.
These sights and sounds will be carried with us,
within us, on our journey, where ever it may be.
And each one of us will whisper the stories of the woods to the field mouse,
the house cat, the sparrow and the mole and remember these days
of our beginnings...

(come visit us in Kerry's etsy shop!)


8 comments:

Suz said...

oh bless you...they are gorgeous
really filled with spirit....
I am going to have to have one

Stone Angel said...

How totally enchanting!!!!! You continue to be the BEST.

gz said...

Well travelled!!

Valerie said...

I like all of your posts, they remind me of home (Victoria born and bred, Langford raised and East Sooke formed my soul!). But, I just LOVE this one. What a great photo essay!

Thanks for sharing your creativity!

Valerie Brown
Firepan Jewellery Designs

Cobalt Violet said...

LOVED THIS POST!!! I was at my parents house and I dragged them in the room! Delightful Kerry! We ALL loved this!!! :)

The Gorsoon said...

I presume the little felt dog with the sore foot just wasn't up to the journey!

toomuchaugust said...

that last shot!!

Mary said...

Big smiles! They are wonderful! I feel as though they would be some awfully good friends...