Monday, October 22, 2007

Sorting through my feelings

Thanks for welcoming me back! As Norah guessed, I am spending days hugging and kissing my family. So happy to be here and still in an emotional overload from my visit. You can see a mosaic of people that came to see me while I was in Belgrade. Most are old friends, but there are some new faces and sadly, empty spots for people that now live only in memories. I am a natural loner, so being in contact with so many friends and being able to connect with them as we never separated was refreshing and wonderful.
I worked a little in my journal. This is a page I created night before returning home.
And this one waiting for a flight from New York to San Francisco. I was scribbling and sketching trying to hide it from other passengers. Although, they didn't seem interested... most were looking at their blackberries or notebooks. I felt pretty weird being all grown up and playing with crayons and pencils like a child....


  1. I'm with you on playing with the crayons and pencils!

  2. i love to work with my sketching tools in odd places...sometimes i make a connection with a new person...and that is always good...too bad that people are mostly buried in electronics today...they miss so much of life...blessings, rebecca

  3. Yay! You're home again. I'm sure it was sad leaving your family in Belgrade but happy seeing your family here....bittersweet.

    Those people buried in their blackberries just don't know what they missed by not peeking over your shoulder to see your wonderful art!