Tuesday, July 21, 2009

What I'm Not Doing

Work has been really busy lately. I'm trying to launch a brand new ship for the company, one that flies in the virtual world instead of in real space. Lots of unknowns, lots to do. That's why I've not been blogging much. Fortunately, I like my job. Tonight I'm NOT working late and I'm trying really hard to NOT feel guilty about not blogging. So, to assuage my guilt, I'll simply give you a few pretty photos. These are some of my favorites from my recent writing retreat at St. Mary of the Woods, both a women's college and a community for the Sisters of Providence.


In the Shell Chapel, statue of St. Anne surrounded by shells from the Wabash River


Baby alpacas (cria) raised by staff from the White Violet Center for eco-justice



A sea of sisters

9 comments:

Southern Touch Catering said...

The picture are very tranquil and soothing- thank you for posting them- don't work too hard- you are missed when you are gone.

bloomgirl said...

Sounds like you are working hard! Hang in there! Talked to mom last night for a couple of minutes...they are having a great time! They were on their way to go whale watching.

Love ya!

b said...

Enjoy your posts a lot and would follow if you only were to write once a week...

Elizabeth

Steph said...

Thank you for missing me and the kind notes! It makes my heart warm on this cool, rainy morning.

zenabu said...

beautiful images. inspirational!

parTea lady said...

Glad to hear that you are enjoying your work, even though it is consuming a lot of your time.

Your pictures from the writing retreat are great. There must have been many wonderful photo ops at this lovely old college. Thanks for sharing.

Angela McRae said...

Beautiful photos! I can sympathize, work-wise, because I'm on deadline this week for our annual newcomers' guide, which is always huge and difficult and makes me crazy! But, it will be over next Tuesday and hopefully I can put more into my blog then. "Keep Calm and Carry On!" as they say, right?

Marilyn Miller said...

Thanks for the pictures. Good luck with work. Take time to breathe in the summer air and have a cold glass of whatever brings you joy.

Denise ~ Charleston, South Carolina said...

Oh my, Steph ~ your "Sea of Sisters" photograph is very moving. Superb.