Once, so far, since we returned to Sarasota . . . I made a labyrinth on Crescent Beach of Siesta Key. It was easy to create with a drag of my shoes in the sand. I walked it . . . but I don’t think anyone else did. It will be good to make labyrinthsContinue reading ““. . . and so connected.””
Our time in Duluth has been filled with family and food and fun. When we first got here, I attempted to make a labyrinth in the Park Point sand – but it is too soft to carve as we carved the labyrinths in Ireland on the beach that was cleared each night by the tideContinue reading “driftwood labyrinth”
Today is our last full day at Kells. Tomorrow at 8:00 we leave for Dublin with a flight the following morning at 6:20 am for Duluth, Minnesota. Oh how we will miss Kells and the people of Ireland. Yet, we are very excited for the privilege of being with children and grandchildren over the nextContinue reading “labyrinth”
Labyrinths are wonderful to make and even more so to walk. One day, I’ll take pictures of the directions given to us by Mary Meeghan as drawn by her husband, Andrew Honeyman . . . but this evening, enjoy these pictures. The beach labyrinths we have made
May the wind loosen all tautness. May the salt air cleanse. May the sand give certainty. May the rainbow remind of God’s presence always and always.