No matter our physical locality or where we are in life, it’s important to know that we carry home in our heart. In addition, ‘my heart, Christ’s home’ brings on new meaning during times of uncertainty.
Far from our own roots along the Rocky Mountain west, my husband and I have a deep compassion for displaced persons due to all manner of circumstances – those hurting for home.
Roots are best planted in the hearts of people rather than a placeMary Lou Mawicke Bruno
This blog reflects on our own paradigm shift experiences, the impact they continue to make in our current life with the hope of weaving it all together creating a work of (he)art. This website serves as an integrated internet presence of my creative lives assembled in one place – an interactive journey of my music, writing, fiber art and social commentary.
watercolor – “Colorado” by Tran Mawicke
photo – “The morning hay” by Neil Kearney
header image triptych by Terry W. Lilly