The Mud Maid, Stuffed Courgettes and Grasses


This must be one of the most beautiful ideas ever.

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1    Our neighbours are sculptors and have just installed this beautiful Mud Maid in a private garden.  As Sue posted, “One of the most touching commissions we’ve ever had…       R has a terminal illness. She and her husband K wanted a beautiful plot for her ashes, a place where K could come and talk to her.”  Isn’t that just lovely.
The original Mud Maid is in the Lost Gardens of Heligan, as is the Heligan Giant and both of them can be seen in this post:    http://mybeautfulthings.wordpress.com/2012/06/12/st-uny-engine-house-the-heligan-giant-and-the-mud-maid/

Mudmaid by Sue Hill and Pete Hill Mud Maid by Sue Hill and Pete Hill

2    The same lovely neighbour gives us vegetables grown in her allotment and with a rather large courgette I have made tonight’s meal, Stuffed Courgettes.

Stuffed Courgettes Stuffed Courgettes

3   It has been another glorious September day and walking up from town, these Grass seed heads against the cerulean sky…

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6 comments on “The Mud Maid, Stuffed Courgettes and Grasses

  1. what a sculpture!!! what a beauty! it is looking so peaceful, is not it?

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  2. very true, there is! Thank heavens for that!

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    • Death is a moving on; it is the manner of our moving on that distresses. If we feel we can make the transition with dignity we are endowed with an inner peace; a blessing in itself that enables us to make a ‘good death’.

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