Once again…I’m so glad it’s over.
a roller coaster ride
So why sabi and not wabi or for that matter why not wabi-sabi?
Over the past six months I’ve thought a lot about this space.
It was the lure of their mission to preserve the use of plant and insect dyes, techniques that date back more than a thousand years in the indigenous Zapotec tradition.
One of my priorities while visiting Oaxaca was to get outside the city centro and check out some of the smaller villages and experience what Oaxaca is known for – artisans who make exceptional folk art pieces.
A few of my favorite places in Oaxaca Centro, Mexico.
This was one year I was thrilled when it finally came to a close…for many reasons.
It’s hard to believe that my two months here in the desert is winding down.
Here’s to welcoming myself back to my little space. It’s been a while, a few months actually. Oh, social media…I love you and I hate you. So let’s see…where do I start.
I love when this happens . . .
“What this world needs is more front porches…where folks converse, live, laugh, and love.”