Rejuvenating in Nature


Skip and me resting on Mary's Rock - Shenandoah Ntl. Park

In effort to get out of my pottery creation funk, I took much of the weekend off to rejuvenate in nature.  Friday afternoon, I headed to the foothills of the Shenandoahs to commune with my critter friends and flora.  Saturday we headed up the National Park (thank you Teddy) and took a short hike to Mary’s Rock.  We were blanketed in fog most of the way, reminding me of the Pacific Northwest more than Memorial Day in Northern Virginia.  However, I much preferred the cooling effects of the fog.

I found some great textures and colors that will simmer in that creative pot called my soul.

I returned to town on Sunday morning to load the kiln, which we fired on Monday.  I’ll post pics later this week.

Moss

The AT - heading to Mary's Rock

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Health coach. Writer. Teacher. Artist. Living an amazing life with MS. Interested in bringing peace and beauty into people's lives.
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One Response to Rejuvenating in Nature

  1. Dawn says:

    Lovely, one of my favorite ways to find the creative spirit. Thanks for sharing your refuel- can’t wait to see the new work that’s birthed from the trip.

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