celebrating another spin around the sun

Posted: June 7, 2018 by Mo Crow in friends, It's Crow Time
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celebrating another spin around the sun with Old Man Crow, he’s 71 today!
who would have thought we would still be here?
the mandala is tied to the dress form with waxed linen thread
Diane Patmore took these photos of my Book of Honesty at the Libris Awards in Mackay
good to see it displayed so that people can turn the pages and enjoy the details
you can see the whole book here
the catalogue is online here

  1. ravenandsparrow says:

    Happy Birthday Rod!! Thanks for the lovely picture of you two looking so happy together.

  2. Susan says:

    Congrats and Blessings for many more.

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Susan))) thank you for the blessings, there is still lots of fun to be had as Keith Richards said quite awhile ago, “Getting old is a fascinating thing. The older you get the older you want to be.”!

  3. dinahmow says:

    Happy Birthday, Mr Crow!
    Ooh, the pictures look better than I thought!

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Di))) thanks so much for visiting the Libris Awards and the photos! Hooray for birthdays being a good reason to celebrate, will buy him a birthday plant today!

  4. Marti says:

    To Rod and Mo:

    Two people living in the land down under,
    Filled with love, caring, and a deep sense of wonder.

    For Rod, many happy returns of the day,
    (71 is a year ahead of me), wishing you a joyful Happy Birthday.

    Rod, your music lights up the world and fills all of us with elation.
    May many more years be shared by you in celebration.
    Thank you both for your artistry with deep appreciation.

    And as they say in my parent’s language, Feliz Cumpleanos,
    Happy Birthday in Spanish, you both personify, “Si Se Puede”

  5. nettyg says:

    Love the photo of you two celebrating, such joy. Happy birthday Rod and wishes for many more. x

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Nanette))) we are dreaming of living in the Blue Mountains and becoming Blackheathens in another 3 years when I’m old enough to get the pension, are you still dreaming of moving to the mountains too?

  6. fiberels says:

    Happy birthday to Rod AND you !!!
    (and many more to come and celebrate !)
    great picture !!!

  7. grace Maestas says:

    Happiness to You, Dear and Best Good Man. a rare breed….Love, grace

  8. Patricia says:

    Beauty full. So much love between you—it’s palpable. And Mo…you look like Lauren Bacall here!

  9. Proof that two can make a world where love is the Answer! Happy Birthday Rod and many more.

  10. Louise Watson says:

    Happy Birthday to old man crow and the book looks wonderful. Congratulations! You both look wonderful too – great relaxed, happy photo.

  11. Martine says:

    Happy birthday to the man and i wish you both lots of birthdays together………

  12. Margaret Johnson says:

    Many Happy Returns Rod !!! hugs from Marg n Mike

  13. Patty says:

    Love that photo…happiness!!

  14. Liz A says:

    A tip of the coffee cup with best wishes to you both … may it be a long and happy birthday season

  15. deemallon says:

    Lauren Bacall is right! Nice to see the two of you. I’m trying to square Rod’s intensely distinctive basso voice with his appearance and not quite doing it! In any case, many happy returns to him!

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Dee))) oh ha! you need to get your glasses checked too but I’ll take the compliment and Old Man Crow being a Gemini dances with the duality of his nature with a light step & playful grace.

  16. Tina Zaffiro says:

    Looks like I’m a bit late .. but no it is never to late to wish one a Happy Belated Birthday. Nice seeing the two of you looking so very happy and celebrating life .. Such a BLESSING!

  17. Fiona says:

    Well, I hope the birthday week continues as I missed the birthday day! Getting older is a fine thing – to be valued, celebrated and enjoyed I think – and to keep on dancing the light together – best to you both.

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Fiona))) we’re doing lots of special things to continue the celebrations, saw a beautiful film on the weekend – “The Bookshop”, a beautifully understated film, well acted with wonderful camera work, it lingers with a wistful sense of beauty and look forward to seeing “Measured Response” at the National Art School today.

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