I am going to ask you to do something every day for four years. You can decide how much time you want to dedicate to that one thing. The only requirements are that you do it every single day and that it touches your soul. No cheating, no skipping one day and doubling up the next.
Petals in the wind. What a wonderful vision. The “Flowers for Mom” petals float and travel to the most surprising places landing in ways never imagined when the first seeds were planted. Amazing the gifts from Alzheimer's...
Take this moment to pause and revel in the beauty of haiku poems shared in response to a "Flowers for Mom" image. Seek the beauty that abounds and remember that the greatest gift you can give to others this holiday season is your presence.
Returning to the place that inspired "Flowers for Mom," Chautauqua Institution, Elmore DeMott will be sharing her photographs and words to honor and Alzheimer's journey and celebrate nature in addition to beginning the third year of her daily discipline of photographing a flower as she seeks beauty in life.