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I just received your book today - it's beautiful! Whoever wins the copies will be in for a treat indeed!

Kristin Hyde

Beautiful post Katie...I too revel in the beauty of nature that surrounds us,and am also an animal lover.Amongst my menagerie I also have a Golden Retriever.I lost by beautiful cat yesterday and hadn't shed a tear...I was trying to stay strong! ...(until I read your post that was)...the words touched my soul and triggered my grief...
Namaste to you <3

Patsy Zoline

Thank you, Katie, for that quiet, beautiful, and deep entry. As I read it, I felt myself slowing down and emerging into the present for the first time today--and it's already 3:30 in the afternoon! It's so easy to be taken over by all the business, all the musts, all the ancient, crusty push and pull, do and do not. Taking a few deep, slow breaths. Thank you again.


Joyce, thank you for the compliment on my book - I hope you enjoy the projects!

Kristin, I'm so sorry about the death of your kitty, it's so hard to lose a loved one and natural to feel such grief when we love deeply. xo

Patsy, breathing deep slow breaths with you...


Beautiful post Katie! I've been reading lots of John O'Donohue lately - his words speak to my soul. I love how you listen for the answers to your questions. I think it's too loud in my head for me to hear and I get too impatient to wait - I'll have to slow down and just let them come, like you are.


I am truly blown away by this post!
Such beauty, hope and inspiration. I feel so peaceful after reading this.
Thank you!


Got my Layered Impressions the other day and have been enjoying it's beautiful company! Wonderful ideas, inspiring art and just plain old happy-making eye candy!!!!

gloria martin

Beautiful words of wisdom to start my day with! Thank you for the inspiration and tranquility. xo


lovely post! It reminded me of one of my favorite quotes. It's a long one but it just makes my heart sing.

"Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them. And the point is, to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps you will then gradually, without noticing it, live along some distant day into the answer." -Rilke

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