For those of you who have followed my feral cat story, today was tragic.
Elbee the female who I rescued two liters of kittens and finally trapped her for spaying, was hit by a careless driver this morning.
Her injuries were extensive and we had to say good bye.
We held her, for the only time in her life, while we let her go in peace.
I’m so sad and angry. One second of carelessness while speeding or checking a phone can change a life.
Sam wrote this haiku:
Love in my life lost
Glad you let me hold you once
I’m working on a custom fabric collage for a rooster lover.
Steady rain, grey skies
Fall leaves scatter on wet ground
My umbrella drips
Art Prescription: I like to walk in the rain. Quiet, contemplative time. Wet leaves sparkled with color.
While you are awake
Set intentions for future
And reap what you sew
Art Prescription: A little sewing. A little collage. A little dream.
Stretch under trees, across fields
Orange glow of plow.
Art Prescription: fall…
Wrens shriek in the trees
Bounce from limb to limb calling
Calmly cat licks paws.
Art Prescription: life looks different from many angles.
So here I am moving into a North Carolina fall.
I really like hiking!
Basically I’m a happy dog!
Fall mornings start cool
Then the sun heats up the ground
And we strip layers
Art Prescription: Great day to have my studio door flung open!