When I find myself at the edge of what appears and often feels difficult I wonder if my wings will give out in the middle of the traverse and send me crashing into the abyss or if I will land on my feet on the other side. In my life people seem to fall out of the sky like angels offering their service, right when I need them. Thus, I have come to the conclusion that my wings are held within a wider, yet invisible sphere, linked to others. Help doesn’t only come in desperation, but sometimes it’s there within the web of suggestion, names spoken, a phone call, or surfing. The internet is a good example of how this webbing works.
I am grateful to so many people in my life that are spread out all over the world; I can hardly name them all.
Most immediate thanks are for some people I have never met, except in this cyber world we now inhabit. First is Lee Fleming of neurotwitch
for all her work on my site. And Heather Blakey of Soul Food Cafe`
for creating space for me on her site. (a must see!) And not to forget Vita, of vitalingus
for her care and comments.
However, if it wasn’t for Patricia Antonucci of The Abruzzi Mountain Workshop Artworks of Italy
(my dear friend and workshop partner), I wouldn’t have found Lee, who comes to me because she told me to call her brother, Tony Anthony, beneath buddha's eyes
who recommended I call Lee for advice about my site. If you see his site you'll know why.
Here's an angel for you.