Eternally in My Heart

Eternally in My Heart
Lord, grant Charles eternal rest in Your loving arms.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Quotography: Harvest

For man, autumn is a time of harvest, 
of gathering together.  
For nature, 
it is a time of sowing, 
of scattering abroad.”
~Edwin Way Teale~
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linking to Kaylene's
sadly, for the last time
Those of us who have participated
in her meme
wish her well.


MeOfCourse said...

Oh we have a lot of those from our garden. Great photo and love the quote. Nice job.

Norma Ruttan said...

how fortunate for you, Gloria! living in a mobile home park limits one's growing such wonderful crops.

MeOfCourse said...

Hi Norma. Happy day to you. In answer to your question as to what drew me to Frida Kahlo-simply her outstanding work. She was one of the best and unfortunately as with most artists their work sells in the megas after they are gone. She did however sell a lot of work on her own while alive. I also remember seeing her paintings on a PBS show many years ago and never forgot her work. I did a lot of research on her and found her to be quite the woman well beyond her time. I am a big fan of hers and am digging out a large canvas to paint my interpretation of her. Hope this answers your question? Have a wonderful day and do take care.

MeOfCourse said...

Oh on the comment about your mobile home, grow veggies in pots. That would work. The joy of watching your work come to fruition is out of this world. Take care.

kelley jensen said...

oh I like that quote, I've never thought of it quite like that but it is so true. That is a lovely table decoration. Kelley at the road goes ever ever on

Norma Ruttan said...

How kind of you to take the time to answer my questions. Now I will expand my knowledge of Frida, having had interest in her sparked sparked by your remarkable art.

Lisa said...

I really like the juxtaposition of the two concepts in this quote; gathering together and scattering abroad. Very, very true. Hope you're having a wonderful Autumn.