A few days ago, a rainbow came to remind us life has many pots of gold… …and that living at the end of the rainbow, can happen again and again. “a view from my back yard of Moro Rock with rainbow on 9-20-11″ photo © Elsah Cort
Snow dusting Case Mountain, view from Cort Cottage.
Summer is a reflective time, a slowing down for me. I work at chores early in the morning. Then spend time with the outside world online for a while online. Maybe some art-making or “putzing around” in the studio. Of course, a nap, if needed. And swimming in the river in late afternoon, where theContinue reading “Deep into summer, high into mountains…”
We are few days away from the Summer Solstice when the sun is supposed to stand still. I am getting into my summer mode, slowing down, watching the sky, and smelling the river as I walk in the mornings. The birds seem to be extra busy around here for some reason. It could be thatContinue reading “Closing in on Summer”
I have always known that Cort Cottage Bed and Breakfast is a bridge to nature for its guests. Bridging between city and country, between fast pace and slow pace, between asphalt and mountains, between high tech and low tech, even though the cottage has wireless internet, and between stress and relaxation… Looking from the DinelyContinue reading “Bridge to Nature”
Rains that come and go, leaving golden light upon the hills. A few days ago it was “snowing” here with huge flakes filling the air but none were exactly sticking to the ground outside my window. They just dusted the hills like a baker sifting confectioners sugar over cupcakes. It was white, white across theContinue reading “the glories of February”
…broken open by the essence of broken-open-ness itself…