The Nourishing Silence

In the midst of busy, sometimes harried, rhythm-bashing holidays, Holly and I find our first day of quiet self-direction, spending a full day of her sketching, submitting images, reading… and myself completing an essay and Ida’s blank notebook and polishing on some poems…and, probably most nourishing of all (for me)…input.  Here are the sumptuous nuggets I’ve been sampling today:

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6 thoughts on “The Nourishing Silence

  1. Nourishing silence is a wonderful phrase to express that experience. I love the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day – it is my time for quiet reading and reflection. “Quiet” by Susan Cain is one of my favorite books; I look forward to exploring some of your other titles. Have a happy New Year.

  2. Yes, love this time of year too, except is needs to be about a month longer! Once February is over, might as well kiss the year goodbye – so quickly it speeds up after 12th Night!

"A word is a bridge thrown between myself and an other - a territory shared by both" - M. Bakhtin

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