Thursday, December 30, 2010

live into the fullness




a fullness moment captured of our 14 yr. old son's full living
at an outdoor august wedding reception ~
as the sky filled with
rain & luminous light & rainbow
(& photo complete w/a biffy even! oi vey!)
happy new year.
may it be filled with all of you.
xoxox.

32 comments:

wanda miller said...

so BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL. love that thought, wise one! i would also like a jacket just like this, the color the style...
and the photo of your son...PRICELESS, even with the wee chateau! xo

wanda miller said...

...and i would like to buy this one for my sister, rachel. didn't see it in your shop yet, probably too soon?

Mary said...

arms wide open!!

love this!

Yael said...

Sweet fellow, so full of joy!
Lovely meaningful drawing Rachel! :-)
Don't forget, the party is still going on honey!

Kate said...

YES! Good thoughts for 2011 :)

xo

Eden said...

Love the message!! Yep, it's a job alright! The best kind :D

Jenny Lee Wentworth said...

Love it, I want to write that phrase down and put somewhere as a daily reminder. Love her little jacket and dress too, that blue color is a fav.
Wishing you happiness in the new year Rachel! :)
♥jenny

nacherluver said...

what an important statement.

S. Etole said...

I need to remember that ... often.

Baxter's Mom said...

Oh, I love this...so perfect for my goals for this coming year! And, yes I bought it!!!

Michele from Pipi La La said...

Here is to remembering that for ALL of 2011!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Oh I'm taking this thought with me into the New Year for sure. Wishing you and yours a beautiful, Shiny and Happy New Year! Hugs to Rachel.
Shalom!!

Robin Norgren said...

I'm with Wanda-MUST ADD to your shop! xoxo

Kelly Berkey said...

We all need to make this our 2011 moto!!
Happy New Year. Thanks for all the love and inspiration! xo

Carissa said...

oh how i love his flip flappy arms!!! so adorable. he has learned how to live f u l l from the best of em'!

the new "working" girl is so precious!!! i am so inspired by her.... she is doing just the job i need to do! :)

blooming hugs,
c

LauraX said...

Happy New Year Rachel!!!

Julia Christie said...

Great picture! I love the exuberence of Children - my very favorite thing!

just stumbled across your blog by way of Jessie's and I love your ART! Looking forward to following - An early new years present to myself :-)

Smiles

Megan Coyle said...

what wonderful, joyful images :)

I hope you have a Happy New Year!!

aimee said...

this little lady is a super snappy dresser in all her fullness! happy new year, rachel - i am thrilled to the moon that we finally met this year!

Jennifer Richardson said...

oh yes oh yes oh yes!!!
Simply true.
And beautifully expressed.
Whenever I come around,
heaviness slides off of my soul
like snow from a moving car:)
Thanks for helping me
lighten up
and see more clearly.
Love and smooches
and shiny new year to you
...may this next jaunt around the sun
be your sweetest adventure yet!
-Jennifer

ELK said...

yes this is just a wonderful moment captured in time.. a rainbow . a running boy..a full life !!

happiest 2011 beginning!!

Tammie said...

lovely post indeed. yes the fullness of who we are, that is the gift we can give back to life. thank you and happy wonderful magical mystical 2011!

kendalee said...

Fabulous! Wishing you and yours, a beautiful, exuberant and fully realised 2011!

shelby healey said...

Happy New Year Rachel!! I hope it's full of love and light xxx

Nancy said...

Great message and love the moment you captured with your son.....

Happy New Year.....

Julia said...

To fullness!

Happy 2011, beautiful Rachel. xo

Kolleen said...

cheers to you my sweet sweet friend!!!

that photo is THE BEST!!!!!!!!!
it made me smile so big!!

thank you...i needed it.

ooxx
k

Lori said...

Oh I love it Rachel. I miss you!

bluebicicletta said...

Oh I'm loving all of your new drawings Rachel! I hope your holidays were filled with twinkle twinkles!

--nicole

Jennifer said...

I just love how as children we are so free. Unafraid to show our goofy true selves to the world. Where does that go to? Why are we not always like that?

Happy new year my new friend.

xoxo

Dee said...

Great picture of your son...I bet he is a main scource of inspiration for your art. I do wish I could live in the fullness of who I am...maybe this will be the year. :)

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

what a beautiful blog- it's brimming with goodness! Patsy from
HeARTworks