The lessons of impermanence, the occasional despair and the muse, so tenuously moored, all visit their needs upon me and I dig deeply for the spiritual utilities that restore me: my love for the place, for the one man left, for my children and friends and the great green pulse of spring. - Sally Mann
This quote by Sally Mann, came my way through a newsletter from the talented women of 3191 , Maria Alexandra Vettese (MAV) and Stephanie Congdon Barnes (SCB). The line . . . and I dig deep for the spiritual utilities that restore me . . . reminds me that tending our own garden requires work. Dig deep.