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Picture 069

“I said to myself — I’ll paint what I see — what the flower is to me but I’ll paint it big and they will be surprised into taking time to look at it — I will make even busy New Yorkers take time to see what I see of flowers.” Georgia O’Keefe By: Michelina [...]

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By: Michelina Docimo Mention “The Spill” in any conversation and buried feelings of anger, shock, and despair erupt from the center of one’s being – gushing.  At least that’s what I thought because that’s what I felt.  It’s painful to see the devastation to the birds, fish, shores, and people – the people who relied [...]

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3 babies

In Italian, dare la luce, a phrase that literally means “to give light,” is used to allude to the act of a woman giving birth. Natural childbirth, a concept that seems so foreign today, has been replaced with a delivery process that takes place behind closed doors in a steely gray, windowless room. The physical [...]

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Green Question Mark

By Michelina Docimo Do you have a favorite tree?  If so, share your favorite tree with us – why it’s your favorite, describe its leaves, trunks, colors – anything you wish.