Posts Tagged ‘Leunig’

Grace of Windthread holds a circle of Trust on Thursday mornings at 7am Pacific Time midnight the witching hour here in Oz. I lit a candle thanking the four quarters and entered the circle holding Hope and Love to find the way, in closing I turned the Leunig calendar to hear the angels weep and laugh and sing!
I dream of a world where Love is the Answer

Leunig and the Moon on a Hill

Posted: February 27, 2021 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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On a Hill by Michael Leunig

A New Year Wish List by Michael Leunig

Posted: January 1, 2021 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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Wish List for 2021 by Michael Leunig
it’s dawn here on the first of January, swept out all the old energies just before midnight and lit a candle to welcome in the new, away we go!

hope from Michael Leunig for 2020 !

Posted: January 1, 2020 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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Michael Leunig bringing hope for 2020 !

a love letter for earth from Michael Leunig

Posted: September 17, 2018 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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a love letter for earth from Michael Leunig

the pursuit of absurdity

Posted: August 18, 2018 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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Jonah and The Whale by Michael Leunig
“My need to pursue absurdity has overwhelmed my need to stay out of trouble.”
from ‘The Anthropology of Turquoise’ by Ellen Meloy (p 213)

Michael Leunig is a national treasure

Posted: July 15, 2018 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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Michael Leunig is a national treasure!

Mr Curly taking a little time out by the fire with cat and book by Michael Leunig
just finished reading ‘The Hour of Land’ by Terry Tempest Williams and have ‘The Spell of the Sensuous’ and ‘Becoming Animal’ by David Abram thanks to Trace Willans of Soewn Earth and her generous studio sale of art, art materials and books, here’s the link
missing our beautiful muse Ariel P Cat so much!

I love my day job!

Posted: April 21, 2018 by Mo Crow in gardening, It's Crow Time
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Old Man Crow and I work as horticulturists to pay the rent, keep food on the table & has the added bonus of keeping our feet firmly planted in the ground. This is a photo of me with a Peppercorn (Schinus molle) we planted two years ago to send to another customer as I want to plant one in her garden for shade. I love the aromatic foliage,  graceful habit and small pink berries.
‘Garden Advisory Service’ by Michael Leunig

growing pains… hoping for a miracle

Posted: March 7, 2017 by Mo Crow in Braille for the Soul
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growing pains… hoping for a miracle
looking like a soggy old pumpkin
when things started to go awry…
just over halfway when it was looking like it would work
so what’s next?
abandon the plan
and reread Michael Leunig’s “Into the Unknown”

Sea Urchin 3
Braille for the Soul