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Last night, I could barely keep my red, dry eyes open while fumbling through the airport parking lot searching for my car. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a brilliant flash of white light with blue flecks speeding across the sky. It was the biggest and brightest shooting star I had ever seen. It felt like a welcome home from the heavens.
It felt so good to sleep in my own bed and wake up to the purr of my cat and the sound of the foghorn on the beach. It’s good to be home.

About Karen Elaine

Artist, author and teacher.
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2 Responses to Home

  1. Ron says:

    Welcome Home!!
    Now rest, dear friend, you’ve travelled far and wide and certainly deserve some time for you!
    {{{hugs}}}
    Ron

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  2. Penny Arrowood says:

    Karen,
    Glad you are home safe and sound! Thanks, again, for the WONderful class 🙂 I am still amazed each time I hold my Blizzard Book that ‘I made this’. I have been scouring the internet for some gorgeous paper(s) to use up the roll of Sumi paper you provided us with in class. SO many ideas, so little time 🙂
    It was great to meet you, and I hope to be able to enjoy your expertise again! Best of luck with all of your future endeavors!
    With thanks,
    – penny

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