Sunday brought the first BIG snow of the season to Santa Fe — 5+ inches and the roads are ridiculous but before I ventured out by car today I ventured out by big boots, warm hat, sunglasses and camera. A tourist on a walkabout of her own neighborhood. The historic Eastside: Canyon, Gormley Lane, Acequia Madre, Garcia Street and back to her lovely abode at El Zaguan where free firewood was being gifted (thank you). Here are a few favorites. . .
sit with a rose perfect and pink. . .ode to biking or a patriotic Christmas red and green
Not my door but classic –Santa Fe stylin. . .
Ristas, ride, welcome, relax with a cup of coffee —
Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays, Happy Our lady of Guadalupe Feast Day and other solstice celebrations in these days of little light. Go into the light of your own hearts. Go well. Celebrate. Go with fire and grace. Go with intention. Do good. Cheers!!
Brenda is one of six artist and writers in residence currently residing at El Zaguan. Please stop by 545 Canyon Road for the annual Holiday Exhibit on view most weekdays 10 – 4pm and Saturdays noon to 4 o’clock. Her work is also on display at the Rio Grande Arts Feast Day exhibition honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe at the Lucky Bean Cafe in the Sanbusco Market in Santa Fe. Opening Wednesday December 12th from 6 to 8pm. Through January 6, 2013.