“The vast landscape was never ours to begin with, we are all tenants of the same good earth. Surrounded by the enchanting tourist attractions, one forgets. One becomes enamored by the sounds, smells and tastes. Time? Time mattered less.” – Jacqueline Cioffa
“ Charting life by the ebb and flow of the tides, sunrise, sunset and the earth’s rotation. ”
-GEORGIA PINE by Jacqueline Cioffa
Tomorrow is #earthday2015.
I plan on hugging a tree, digging in the dirt, planting perennials, going for a walk in the woods, drinking fresh water from the tap, dreaming of a tiny home with a wall of glass on a beach and a lush, edible green garden.
And, to continue to write sagas filled with finite pink quartz, sand granules, crunchy gravel, sustainable gardens built on friendship, second chance love, bougainvillea, magnolia and jasmine sweet scents, acrid rain, coral reefs and the vast hues of nature providing a fresh palette to paint words with the earth’s rich, mystic elements.
I’m grateful for the dirt, sea, and stable ground I walk upon.
What would you like to do tomorrow? Here on this earth.
The Ultimate Green Twitter Hashtag List: Build Your Online Green Twitter Following
5-STAR Praise for THE VAST LANDSCAPE
“The Vast Landscape is more than just an incredible love story. It is a chronicle of a women’s …,
The Vast Landscape is more than just an incredible love story. It is a chronicle of a women’s journey to escape from her small town and to travel around the world in pursuit of fame and success. There’s something very visceral about the range of emotions the story evokes and the variety of relationships it explores. From family to friendships to lovers and back again, Harrison’s drive and enduring passion bind her to an intriguing fate bridging the generations of Georgia Pine.” JG Amazon reader