@2014 Mary Anderson Parks





The imagination is a wonderful place to hide.



“The unconscious mind, it would seem, wants to join the conscious mind.”

John E. Sarno, M.D. “The Divided Mind.”


4 responses to “WOMAN AT THE WINDOW

  1. I read with relish all four chapters.

    • I am thrilled to come to the attention of artmatters. You do such a fine job of showing art really does matter and giving us all hope!

      • Elizabeth Balderston

        Hello, Mary, Your writing is magical, gorgeous and intriguing. I haven’t finished all the chapters yet, but certainly will! And your spirit is evident in you work and your adventures. Forward Boldly!
        Love, Elizabeth B.

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