It took all morning to figure out how to download pictures to my laptop and even once figured out, it was excruciatingly slow. I’ll spare you the details but suffice it to say it was maddening.
I don’t need to store pictures on my laptop, so I may have to figure out how to select a few images here and there and plop them into a folder. That’s all I’d need to be able to blog from laptop. I’ve adapted well to posting from my phone, but my thumbs could use a break.
Soundtrack: Blind Faith, I Can’t Find My Way Home.
Here are three groups of mostly SoulCollage cards that feature ORANGE.* The above group addresses terror.
The mosaic below reveals sources of repair or sustenance. Top middle pictures a doll, not a SoulCollage card. Top left is a transparency of a Christian painting that I made on my printer. Bottom right shows portions of four cards.
And finally, the bottom grouping shows archetypal energies or concepts. There is a winter solstice card (top left), the angel of death (in a pale orange robe), a card of imagination (pictured as a fox and butterfly), and three surrender cards.
Lastly, I’ll note that in scrolling through pictures from last year, including my trip to Italy, I was struck by how in and among all those images of yellowish stucco and warm-toned wooden doors in Rome and Assisi, the only real orange popped in the quilts and collages I made during my visit. A ceiling at the Vatican (below) was a shining exception. The winter pix below are from prior years.
* ORANGE in response to Acey’s chakra exercises.