Monday, April 21, 2008
I'm in Charleston with my mother, looking into her family history. My great, great grandfather was blacksmith/artist who created some of the historic gates in Charleston, including those at St. Michael's Church. We have tromped around cemeteries and around the streets where my mom and her mom and her mom and so on resided. Here are some snapshots from our first day...
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There seems to be a consensus among many that God is Love. And yet, I have never heard anyone say that Love is God. I was thinking last y...
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- Nicola's Art Room
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- Accessing Your Higher Self
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- Clarity in Wonderland
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- Women painting women
- spiritual deep dish
- Daniel Sheehan Editorial Photography
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