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August 18, 2010


I think that it is incredible that you give space on the blogosphere for the two aspects of your self and I feel privileged to have access to both. Fall feels far away for me and that is too bad as it is my favorite season. I love how Fall requires us to be more inner, as an introvert I love seasons that require more interiority.

I absolutely LOVE how you started with a skirt and where that took you. Beautiful post.

Mardel, what a beautiful post! It resonates with me and it's so gorgeously articulated. May we all have the will to embrace the changes of life gracefully - so that it will return the favour. As I mentioned on mater's blog, I feel very energized as the weather cools - totally driven to cook and bake and make delicious, beautiful things that are a feast for the eyes and tummy. But right now, I'm neither here nor there. I want to start in on my jeans and shoes with socks, but it's not quite time. I'm sick of pruning and gardening, but I don't want the full cold. It's a weird transitional moment.

I wish I weren't rushing off to a 9 a.m. meeting -- I'd love to tell you more insightful things than that I love this post. And when mine publishes at 8 this morning, you'll see that we're in synch in our response to the season. . . your skirt and your styling of it sound wonderful!

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