All this happened at the same time that my dear friend Joy, who has long been a part of the gallery team, decided she needed to “go out on a limb,” as she put it, and pull her life in and step away from the gallery. The process of both of these experiences seemed aligned since Joy loves trees. She loved the gallery. She needed to let go of her connection and go in another direction; we had to let go of the trees.
I myself am still learning everyday to let go, and watching my students as they take flight helps me soar as well.
Goodbye Pine Trees…You have been with me for 35 years and I bless you. And bless you Joy for all you added to my life and Gallery.
I hope you will all go hug a tree in honor of the 5 that left my garden today.
Hug a tree today for