Sunday, 21 December 2008

Solstice Greetings


Barge Collage
Grand Union Canal, London, Summer 2008


The Winter Solstice feels like what I want to celebrate this year. Retreat and symbolic rebirth badly needed.

Fondest greetings, warmest thanks and my best wishes to all who read here and all whose online words and pictures delight me, feed me, keep me company.

Back sometime soon.

16 comments:

marja-leena said...

Thank you. Happy Solstice! Have a restful and rejuvenating break, Jean.

Zhoen said...

Light your small lamp, turn your back, walk into the dark.

Philippa said...

Happy Solstice Jean! May the coming year bring you happiness and peace.

xx Philippa

Tracker said...

Happy retreating!

Dale said...

Happy Solstice, Jean! Thank you for everything.

tamarika said...

Happy days ahead. Warm regards and thoughts for this wintry, festive season, dear Jean.

the psycho therapist said...

OMG, I love what Zhoen said.

Yes, yes, do this. And know.

Luminous days and luminous nights to you. Many thanks for your words and imagery.

~ Wendy

Dave said...

Thanks for being here, Jean. Happy Solstice.

mark said...

great collage

Lucy said...

That barge quilt is just beautiful.

Very best, warm wishes for Christmas and New Year. Thanks for staying with us.

Natalie said...

Shafts of light and soft, lovely shadows in 2009, Jean. I hope you're having a beautiful retreat.

xxx

MB said...

I'm glad you are here when you are, Jean.

Beth said...

Thinking of you during your retreat, Jean, and wishing you all the best for 2009.

Dick said...

Peace and light in 2009, Jean. Be back soon.

Dave Coulter said...

Happy Solstice and Happy New Year!

Daisy-Winifred said...

Good New Calendar Year to you. May the celebration of Spring Awakening around the 1st February encourage you on through the no doubt still chilly dark days of January to come. Trust your retreat has felt a moment to discover the moment again. Wishing you many moments in the coming days, light for your eye, light for your heart and light at the very centre of you to replenish the illumination you always offer to this reader.