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Virgins, Creativity & Gratitude #10

I had a dream
that I would walk 
in heavenly places
alongside Mary, 
and her companions singing.... 


'Virgin a Day'
Recuerda mi Corazon 

Comments

The Woodwife said…
So beautiful - this walk with Mary.
I feel I am walking with her and you ~ thanks for a wonderful vision ~~ thanks, namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor) linked AVAD at corazon
rebecca said…
may we all be a bright bead strung sweetly one to the next. may we, across all distances, feel our place in the house of belonging. i love that today is already filled with the voices of each others hearts and the sweetest song of all!
Dawn Elliott said…
I love the way you gave us a little glimpse and then came closer and closer to reveal the prize! Beautiful!
Spadoman said…
Very cool. You've been doing a marvelous job with this exercise. Walk the walk today and everyday.

Peace
gma said…
She is walking in this world with you. That is beautiful.
Paula Scott said…
I love this dream. I will dream it with you too.
Miss Robyn said…
I think this dream has come true, has it not?
Irene Rafael said…
I will step a little lighter remembering your beautiful image and the song you shared today.
Noelle Renee said…
Dearest Sue,
This luminous golden and blue vision that you share as we walk with you today is like an angelic appearance. I don't know that I have ever seen anything quite so beautifully bright, so full of light and a sense of loving and connected peace as this creation. It shines with your spirit and the spirit of this whole time we have had together. The song is ever so sweet.
Noelle xox
priti.lisa said…
I am still enjoying your artwork morph...
and your photography with the shadow of beads...wow, that's cool.
This walk with Mary, with all of you is something I need to keep.
♥♥♥
Vintage Green said…
Your photography skills are just as interesting as your art.....
Beautiful!!
Your photos of your art show such an illuminated Mary. I love the color combination and I'm off to listen to the song now as I browse the posts of other members of our community.
Jane said…
How I've missed you ~ and your amazing work! Thank you for being here tonight. I was awake at 2 a.m., and suddenly knew that I needed to visit your beautiful space. Thank you Sue ~ and Merry Christmas.
Love,
Jane

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