Lavender Bay is a place of soothing scents and restful sleep. The cool water tickles, the clouds form images.

The voice of the turtle is sometimes a soft coo, sometimes stony silence. The turtle may be downy or hard, airborne or underwater, or it may be a few feet from you, sunning itself on the edge of Lavender Bay.


Okay, that’s not much of an “about”, is it? For a little more about me, you might want to read my entry entitled Symbol of the Turtle . Or, hey, just come on back each day and visit; you’re welcome any time!

5 Responses to About

  1. lolarusa says:

    Where’d you disappear to, lavenderbay?

  2. I’m wondering the same thing as lolarusa. Can’t find you at ‘La Dulse Vita’ either. 😦


  3. lavenderbay says:

    Hi, Lolarusa! Hi, Bobbie!
    Well, here we are in March 2010, and I’ve been blogging again since December ’09, in great part thanks to your queries. It’s wonderful to have “penpals” like you.

  4. terri tyler says:

    hi there
    i recently purchased a beautiful soapstone carving by Ben Henry and was wondering where i could find any information about him. the piece is a wolf and is just amazing! anyway, if you have any info, i would love to hear from you.

  5. lavenderbay says:

    Hi Terri,

    Unfortunately, I probably don’t know any more than you do, if you tried googling “Ben Henry sculptor” like I did. Ben was born in 1950 in Ohsweken, moved to St Catherines for a while in childhood, and returned to Ohsweken in his teens. He’s been carving since 1982, and his work is sold in a number of Ontario galleries. His wife, Loreene, also carves.
    Maybe the owners of the place where you bought your piece could give you more information. Good luck!

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