Tag Archives: A Year in Japan

Okanagan Oracle Colour Study 2: Release

This is a great exercise to do when you have insomnia. These cards remind me of Beverly King’s Lojong for the Layperson cards in that there are some wonderful close-ups of plants and trees. RELEASE – Okanagan Oracle THE LOVERS … Continue reading

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The Bento Box of Life and Pickled Treats Throughout the Day

This is one of my favourite postcard sets, A Year in Japan by Kate T. Williamson, with 30 postcards. She wrote a book too but I only have the postcards. You might think it a bit strange that there is … Continue reading

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The Ephemeral Cherry Blossom

Daily Draw July 2nd, 2012 It is a holiday Monday here which is nice. I opened up my card database and was browsing visually and chose A Year in Japan postcards by Kate. T. Williamson. KOI AND CHERRY BLOSSOM PETALS … Continue reading

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Blue Days of Understanding

Daily Draw March 25th, 2012 I drew this card and then put it back because I’ve already used it on the blog. Then I thought I should see what the meaning of the flower is and go with it today … Continue reading

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Sacred Connections

Daily Draw September 7th, 2011 I picked another A Year in Japan postcard for today’s draw: BAMBOO LOUNGE – FUTAMI-GA-URA I’ve learned another new thing. I suppose if one had the book that Kate Williamson wrote she would have extra … Continue reading

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Dot Fanned Herself in the Heat of the Day

Daily Draw September 6th, 2011 I’m a bit late today as I had to write a letter to my Dad and then I got browsing the library OPAC so that I could give the spouse a list of books to … Continue reading

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Washing Out

Daily Draw April 26th, 2010 From A Year in Japan postcards with artwork by Kate Williamson: This looks like a hydrangea plant. I’ve always loved these but you have to grow them in soil with the right level of pH … Continue reading

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