Friday, February 4, 2011

Frozen in Time

Who can believe it is already February and the first month of the new year has already passed us by? A cold and snowy January provided a time for reflection and mandated a slower rhythm to life. It also marked the midway point for my year in Philadelphia with the Mission Corps, a milestone marked by retreat at Chestnut Hill College. Frozen days caused a daze of sorts and put a freeze on my trusty steed and muse Bruce; nonetheless inspiration lay deep beneath the layers of ice and warm me as I find beauty in the darkest of days. Below find moments frozen in time & discovered by my eyes- may they warm your heart and reveal what your eyes are meant to see.


































3 comments:

  1. poor bruce. he looks pained. dolores sends her love.

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  2. My gosh, it looks cold where you are!

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  3. Yep, Claire, Philadelphia's been having quite a winter, with upwards of 40 inches of snow in January alone (the NE US has gotten pounded-Boston has 70 in. on the ground now)...my poor bike met the wrath of a hose accidentally turned on over night.

    Elyse-thank Delores for her condolences. Hopefully Bruce will be up & running by spring to go on a ride with her (and you,of course)

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