Just a glance of somebody else’s garden.
A short note about # In the Berkshires, if the Boston Symphony Orchestra has cancelled their shows this summer at Tanglewood, a bunch of places remain closed this year. Kripalu – famous yoga center and few good restaurants from Lenox, Lee MA.
As for me I was hopping to see John Legend performance in August at…, Tanglewood.
Backstreet Boys got cancelled in Saratoga, NY. Other than this, all good.
Still tulips season.
” Mary is the excellent masterpiece of the Most High, the knowledge and possession of which He has reserved to Himself. Mary is the admirable Mother of the Son, who took pleasure in humbling and concealing her during her life in order to favor her humility, calling her by the name of “woman” (In.2:4; 19:26), as if she were a stranger, although in His heart He esteemed and loved her above all angels and all men. Mary is the “sealed fountain” (Cant. 4:12), the faithful spouse of the Holy Ghost, to whom He alone has entrance. Mary is the sanctuary and the repose of Holy Trinity, where God dwells more magnificently and more divinely than in any other place in the universe, not excepting His dwelling between the Cherubim and Seraphim. Nor is any creature, no mater how pure, allowed to enter into that sanctuary except by a great and special privilege.”
Saint Louis De Montfort, True Devotion to Mary
Charming and cosy little town, few miles far from Tanglewood, part of Berkshire County with just a little over 1200 inhabitants. Williams River is passing through this little historic village. On the bank of the river there are couple of fine buildings, my favorite is the bookstore, Shaker Mill Books.
More about this town;
“You always have to remember – no matter what you’re told – that God loves all the flowers, even the wild ones that grow on the side of the highway.” -Cyndi Lauper
“Help us to be ever faithful gardeners of the spirit, who know that without darkness nothing comes to birth, and without light nothing flowers.” -May Sarton
“There are always flowers for those who want to see them.” -Henri Matisse