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The Shoemaker's Daughter. A memoir of days, both past and present, by Rhonda Mason.

Wishing you all a lovely weekend.

Thanks for always reading.

You know who you are.

  • annton said:

    this is such a beautiful image, and still, it leaves me kind of sad...

    • Rhonda Mason said:

      It's a bit melancholic, isn't it?
      Ronnie xo

  • Olivia Harrison said:

    Thanks Ronnie! I love coming here to read your words.

    • Rhonda Mason said:

      Oh Olivia, thank you. Your words have made my heart so glad. Thank you.
      Ronnie xo

  • Korien said:

    The "beautiful!" I want to write for all your photographs does not quite do them justice. And "beautiful, exquisite, stunning" and the like it still not enough to describe today's photo.

    • Rhonda Mason said:

      Korien,
      Thank you so much for your kind words. I shall think of you as I share my photos this week.
      Ronnie xo

  • Kate said:

    ^^ Korien said it best. It's so hard not to say "oh!" or "lovely!" to everything, because everything always just leaves me with those words in my mouth... but truly, it is so much more. I don't always comment and I feel awful about it, but I'm always reading, always gathering inspiration in your words, your imagery. A peek into someone's raw and exposed journal is a treasure I'm not used to finding online. It's moved me to document more truthfully, more openly in my own life-- and that of my children. How wonderful it will be to have your story to look back on, exactly as it was. Journaling for the sole purpose of pleasing no one but yourself (yet you still manage to inspire and please SO many people just by being YOU). You've been one of my greatest teachers without probably even knowing it ;) sending so much love. XO.

    • Rhonda Mason said:

      My dear beautiful Kate,
      This was the most beautiful message to read. Thank you for your overwhelming kindness. Your words mean so much to me. Truly, truly.
      Ronnie xo

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