Jan Peppler / HOME


“I am in awe of flowers. Not because of their colors, but because even though they have dirt in their roots, they still grow. They still bloom.” D. Antoinette Foy*

Everywhere in the world, our hearts are lifted by blossoms. Here are a few lifting mine, in Balestrate, Sicily, during Covid-19.

*I have absolutely no idea who D. Antoinette Foy is, or was. Found a Facebook page that is not active. Otherwise only pages and pages and pages of quotes attributed to this name. And maybe that, too, is symbolic. Just a person, like the rest of us, articulating what the rest of us are feeling. Gratitude to her, whomever she may be!

Leave a Reply

Leave a comment about content in this blog

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

About this blog

Everything begins at home. Our relationship to home influences how we see the world and how comfortable we are in it. My research of many years, including my PhD dissertation on the psychology of home, reveals key ingredients that are essential to feeling at home. To finding home and creating home when feeling very far away and disconnected. These blog posts are mini meditations of sorts. Enjoy.
For more information, please contact me directly. I always love speaking to groups!

Recent Posts


Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
%d bloggers like this: