Our first community edition of Dandelion Seeds.
Candace, thank you so much! I'm in tears. This is beautiful, beautiful. I'm touched beyond words by the power of our collaboration. You honor my experience with you lovely art.
What beautiful writing, perfectly complemented by your illustrations...
I was totally transported,
maybe because I have been there....
I too survived,
and aren’t those walks truly,very long ¿
Thank you for this wonderful collab.
I’m loving the ink to love the words too 🙏🏾📿🌹🫀🪶✨🌱🐚
Hi Candace, I am following along and do read your stories almost every week. You always manage to write something that inspires and brings happiness to my days, and of course your illustrations bring more joy. :) I hope you and your little family are settling in well in Belguim. Hugs!
So beautiful! I loved this.
So well written article
Candace ... what a beautiful, generous offering. I'll be delighted to start the next few days with your gifts of inspiration. And thank you also to Jennifer Rose, whose story touched a Colorado moment for me.
So poignant, so well done❤
Owls and meadowlarks are a part of my life too. When I retreat to my garden to get away from a nightmare, I hear the owls. Sometimes I've mimicked them and fooled them into thinking I was a potential lover. Not a nice thing to do. And every now and then, while driving between the cow and hay fields, a meadowlark's melody will pierce the silent air, shrill and filled with joy.
Thanks to you both, Jennifer and Candace, for the beauty and heart you so generously put into the world. It nourishes me just when in need it.
Thank you, Judy. Nature provides such comfort in the midst of the ups and downs of life. No one could have illustrated this memory more beautifully than Candance.
Everything about this is beautiful - Jennifer's writing and what it evokes and the container Candace is building to hold the stories.
Thank you, both.
Lovely! Thank you. I am currently reading a book about someone who spent time with a tribe that makes maps by following the sound of a bird. What a stunning concept. If only the writer had your, and Jennifer's ways with words. Instead she buries her unique experience in such stultifying language that it's almost unreadable.