Lady Comfort

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Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, Mission San Xavier del Bac, Tucson, Arizona
 
“That’s cool! I wonder if each tile was made and then matched or painted on the tiles after they were put together. How tall is this? Looks like it is on a wall high above your head. Your words are truly gracious for Our Lady.”
 
(Comment left by Joe Spado aka Spadoman, blogger at Round Circle, when this post was first published on 6 December 2011. Joe’s sudden and unexpected death two days ago has left many hearts bereft.)

 


My Lady Comfort,
just to see your gracious face—
fruit and bread and wine!

 
Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on December 4, 2013, in 5-7-5, A Virgin a Day, Arizona, Mission San Xavier del Bac, Recuerda Mi Corazon, Southern Arizona, Tucson and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. I love that you are gathering and sharing Joe’s comments…he was always so thoughtful
    and interested. ♥♥

  2. Beautiful Haiku and the tiles of Mary are just excellent, as are Joe’s words. Thanks you. Have a wonderful day.

  3. I remember Joe’s comment very clearly – it made me think as I never did wonder about that detail – after that I did wonder, often! good friends, fruit, bread, wine and Mary – what more could one ask for?

  4. well said, dear-heart

  5. This is an outstanding piece and I remember seeing it before. The questions Joe asked then are questions I would have today. I have always assumed tile work is done a tile at a time, but maybe not. I have been in Tucson other times in the past, but I wasn’t in my endless seeking of Mary. I’d look at everything with such a different eye if I were visiting now.

  6. very gracious: words and image; thanks for your stopover at my blog

    much love…

  7. thank you for being a warm shelter of nurturing kindness.

  8. {{ i find comfort
    in reading your remembrance
    of dear joe … }}

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