Archive for January, 2017

26
Jan
17

1.26.17 … and the daffodils are in bloom at Serenbe … happy early birthday to me …

“Solvitur Ambulando” – It is solved by walking, 2017 Labyrinth Walks, Serenbe, Atlanta GA:

So, today’s weather is absolutely perfect winter weather, and that makes for an absolutely perfect day to walk a labyrinth. It is January 26, and the daffodils are in bloom at Serenbe. Only in the South!

And it is a few days before my birthday, and I always say that if the daffodils are in bloom, it will be an especially good year.

Happy birthday to me …

1.26.17

12
Jan
17

1.12.17 … what more could I ask …

“Solvitur Ambulando” – It is solved by walking, 2017 Labyrinth Walks, Winter Labyrinth Walks, pivate labyrinth near Atlanta GA:

I always love it when I stumble upon a private labyrinth. This one was small and didn’t take long to walk, but it was a warm winter day with the late afternoon sun streaming down on me… What more could I ask?

1.12.16

05
Jan
17

1.5.17 … an oasis of peace in an urban environment …

“Solvitur Ambulando” – It is solved by walking, 2017 Labyrinth Walks, Winter Labyrinth Walks, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Annapolis MD:

Another day, another winter labyrinth walk. On this day, I decided I would venture out of Baltimore to Annapolis. It was a very gray day. But I made the trip, and found the grass labyrinth. The neighborhood was definitely lower income and working class, but it was clearly subject to people purchasing the homes and redoing them. This Episcopal church was modest. But it had a wonderful yard and someone had made the decision that it would be a good spot for a labyrinth.

I think my favorite thing about this labyrinth was the lovely bird sitting atop the cross watching me as I walked.

Blessings to all in the new year.

1.5.17

04
Jan
17

1.4.17 … The big treat was that I saw two very lovely deer …

“Solvitur Ambulando” – It is solved by walking, 2017 Labyrinth Walks, Winter Labyrinth Walks, Grace United Methodist Church – Baltimore MD:

I was up visiting Molly in Baltimore, and I used the world wide labyrinth locator to find a labyrinth that looked interesting. So I drove to an area Baltimore called Mt. Washington, and I found where the labyrinth should be, but I couldn’t find the labyrinth. I may have been just a little bit off, but instead I was walking in a hill side park area that is part of Johns Hopkins University. The big treat was that I saw two very lovely deer.

So I plugged in my address and I found another one nearby at Grace United Methodist Church. This was a small labyrinth located in an inner courtyard at the church. I enjoyed meeting some people of the church as well as walking the labyrinth. It was cold, but the sun streamed in to the courtyard.

1.4.17




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