At 72 I am blessed to feel like a teenager and occasionally like an 8 yr. old. My first priority is self-care: of physical body, spiritual journey, emotional and financial well being. My next priorities are family, friends and community. I eat and drink healthy, exercise/play often, love my family, dog and many friends. I help when/wherever I can, share my burdens and abundance; am dedicated to spiritual practices, loving abundantly and count my many blessings throughout the day.
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Sunday, May 13, 2012
Belated Happy Mothers Day & Hiatus
A Belated Happy Mothers Day
to all who nourish, love and devote themselves to two and four legged beings.
These photos are what I wore Saturday when I went to the Berkeley Rep Theater for Red - a brilliant, engaging, raw, emotional play about Mark Rothko, the Abstract Expressionist painter, during 1958-59, when he was painting the 30 Seagram Murals for the Four Seasons Restaurant in NYC. The 30, largely 8ft x 6ft, paintings never hung at the restaurant. The play is the dramatic story of why not.
Mauve, flowered felt hat & purple sweater: Target
Lavender lace Hanky Panky tee: gift from Kathy & Danielle
HUE jeans: DB Shoes
Joan & David shoes: Joan & David, now defunct, outlet in Calistoga
As followers know, I just turned 70 and am giving a BIG party for 120 in two weeks at the Berkeley Yacht Club with many out-of-town family & friends. So… I have been & will continue to be very busy preparing for the four days of festivities. The major project for this week is to identify & digitize photos for the slide show that will be showing during the event. Reluctantly, I will not be posting for a while. I always wish there were more hours in the day because life offers so many rich, engaging & fun things to do.
Alas & alack, I cannot fit in all I love to do. For the next two weeks the Party is taking priority over my BLOG. But I will be back soon.