Musings from Fall KCC gathering

Dear Folks,

I’m flush in our afterglow.Here’s a dream that visited last night fresh after our color harvest.

A man offers his yellow belly to the sun.
Two dogs cross an unfamiliar boundary.
He dreams of water flooding the safety zone.
A zaftig woman in saffron robes speaks indigo words of love.
The red sky blackens as waters cascade from the broken dome of certainty.
He heads home.

Paul Clarke

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Hi Everyone,

Still cooking with the yummy sauces that were served up on Saturday. The venue, the weather, the delicious food, the loving embrace of each other, the high falls, the colors, the music, the easy flow of the design and the gifts of discovery and learning. A great harvest. thank you all for being a part of it.

Curtis Watkins

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Such a delight to be with you all to reap our souls’ harvest together. I appreciate the renewed dialogue about KCC’s forward movement, particularly the invitation to earnestly commit to a voluntary carbon tax. And for me, as shared, KCC is always new, always fresh and inspiring, full of depth, warmth, and play.
I appreciate each and every one of your voices and look forward to gathering in January with both old friends and new.

I’m attaching a Fall Leaf Wreath as a gentle reminder of our time together.

With love and respect,
Catharine Clarke

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Thanks to all for a great day and for feeling welcome with the beautifully Bonded KCC family. My takeaway was a joyous reunion With Mother Earth and a deep gratitude for her infinite gifts, especially Color and YELLOW. I am more clear and dedicated to my next stage as a painter and have a big urge to do it in unheard of ways through a lens of sustainability.

I honor and appreciate the diversity of this group and hope to see you again.

With love,
(Patricia McDonald)

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It was a delightful day….almost feel like they should be more often. Maybe KCC one daaayyyers, should be every someones home…oh yeah, then we need a design….just a thought….see you all in January if not before…

Cheryl Palmer