February 16, 2004
another human beingFebruary 14, 2004
amsterdam is as much graffiti - from frustrated vandalistic scribbles to true works of art - as it is canals and coffeeshops and cobblestones.
Posted by lynn at 09:37 AM
can't buy me loveFebruary 12, 2004
no hearts and flowers here today:
Posted by lynn at 11:08 AM
the selfsame windsFebruary 10, 2004
they need to meet, to face each other, to discuss courage and cowardice and the willfulness that clutches them both. they need to ponder trust and devotion. they need to navigate their way through the murkiness of misunderstanding to a place where the current can carry them onward - an oar's-length apart, or otherwise - to forgiveness.
Posted by lynn at 06:37 AM
blue suede shoesFebruary 08, 2004
Posted by lynn at 08:49 PM
and golden needlesFebruary 06, 2004
my fingers were crossed the whole of yesterday morning, with renee in amsterdam for a weekend break and the weather behaving very badly.
Posted by lynn at 08:52 AM
same moon, same starsFebruary 04, 2004
for decades, through a lifetime of friendship, they have been mistaken for sisters.
Posted by lynn at 09:06 PM
three hundred and sixty fiveFebruary 01, 2004
a whole year.
Posted by lynn at 06:49 AM
a pocketful of miracles
during the dutch winter, even a promising new morning can turn on a dime, the horizon suddenly glowering, and all and sundry surreptitiously checking to see whether they've brought their umbrellas after all.
*renee arrives in amsterdam on thursday, and i have been anticipating her visit for months. her wit and her wisdom touches me, and tickles me. somehow, i don't think we'll find ourselves at a loss for words...
*february 4th is a special day: more then.
*as far as i know (and hope), a music cd is winging its way hollandward as we speak, from jason, with a selection of numbers he thinks i will like as much as he does. i'm sure i will. and though i miss "in the trenches", his new site has been worth the wait.
*razzi's images, and his words, continue to fill me with amazement. i personally believe that NO-ONE photographs people, life, as he does. his work is full of warmth and humour, and so is he; i am already looking forward to his next visit to amsterdam...
*in the february/march edition of yasse, out tomorrow or the next day, a bit of attention will be paid to these "little stories". and because yasse is a unique and lovely initiative, produced with inspiration and dedication, i am proud to be a small part of it. trish and cory's spectacular hollyburn peak photos will be there too.
Posted by lynn at 09:13 PM