This is the season of changing colours and winds of winter’s coming. It is a perfect time to read Sonnet 73 by William Shakespeare, which uses natural metaphors of decline and decay to speak of aging and transitions. Autumn, fading sunset, twilight, and glowing fire remind us that love grows stronger, more profound as weContinue reading “Sonnet 73 That Time of Year with William Shakespeare”
Tag Archives: Autumn
Walking The Grand Boulevard
The autumn season has arrived, and the vibrant colours surround me as I walk the Grand Boulevard in North Vancouver, once known as “The Broadest City Avenue in America”. The Grand Boulevard was featured as the North Shore’s Own Champs Elysées. This story begins in 1908, when the North Vancouver Land and ImprovementContinue reading “Walking The Grand Boulevard”
Sunday Evening Reflection in Emily’s Garden
“I think that one’s art is a growth inside one. I do not think one can explain growth. It is silent and subtle. One does not keep digging up a plant to see how it grows.” Emily Carr Welcome to Sunday Evening Reflection. I invite you to join me in a walk through Emily Carr’sContinue reading “Sunday Evening Reflection in Emily’s Garden”
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