Home, Sweet, Vermont

Home-Sweet-Vermont

My beautiful Vermont Hills

This week’s Zentangle challenge prompt over at iamthedivaczt.blogspot.com was more of a general theme musing on how we interpret “home”. For me, home is the state I live in –  it’s a state of mind, a state of being. And in summer, it’s just glorious – the green, the hills, mountains, the fresh air, the beautiful vistas.

I love living here in Vermont more than any other place I’ve lived. And when I leave the state, my heart pines for my green mountains. Last summer, shortly after hurricane Irene hit, I had to go to see my folks in Philly. The more I read about the devastation back home, the more teary-eyed I became. I couldn’t wait to come home. I had to be here. And when I close my eyes and think of Vermont, it’s the softly layered hills in tints of green and blue I see. My Green Mountain home…

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9 Responses to Home, Sweet, Vermont

  1. What a peaceful and serene ZIA. I can see why you love your home state.

  2. Annemarie Huijts says:

    You made a beautiful zia!!!! Can see that you love this land.

    Annemarie Huijts

  3. Susan says:

    This is spectacular! The color and the tangles blend for a beautiful tile.

  4. Deb Ammerman says:

    What a fabulous zia! Wonderful response to the challenge. I love the colors you used for your mountains. Just beautiful! 🙂

  5. Ilse says:

    Oh my, such beautiful colors and patterns!
    I just love this piece of art!
    Well done!

  6. ledenzer says:

    Vermont is a gorgeous state and I love how you have used your tangle patterns to give us a look at its beauty!

  7. This is so beautiful. I love all the various tangles and the colors chosen with love. I lived in MA before I was married in the 1960’s and we would travel up to Vermont to go antiquing and to the farm stands in the Summer. A beautiful state.

  8. Very lovely! Mountains, hills, fields…

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