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Fusion of horizons

February 13, 2014

Sundial Bridge. Redding, California. January 2014.
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We usually think of “broadening one’s horizons” in terms of trying new things, but I think sometimes trying the old things can be just as broadening. After six years of living in beautiful Bosnia and Herzegovinia, I’m starting to plan my move back to the US next year. I just spent two months on a sort of vision trip, reimagining American life from this vantage point. This year of reflection and action is a bridge into my future plans. Whether physically, emotionally, spiritually, or intellectually, it’s so important to explore new directions.
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  1. February 14, 2014 8:36 pm

    I love the photos and your thoughts on broadening your horizons. I do think that going back to old things can be just as broadening. I’ve stopped painting so many times, some with the intention of never coming back, but when I do return it’s like I find something new that wasn’t there before. No matter how far I’ve gone away from painting (and I’ve drifted pretty far), I’ve always been drawn back somehow. It’s like we always find our way home.

    I would love to hear more about your plans to come back to the US! So excited for you, Katie!

    • February 15, 2014 9:57 am

      Oh I want to hear more about the times you stopped and started painting. Would be a great blog post!

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