Sunday, April 3, 2016

Sunday Memories of a Home
Called Jutta's Kitchen

When I was a kid, I swore I could see the bits and pieces of air.  It just made sense that I would be able to recognize something that whirled around me and kept me alive.

Jutta's kitchen was no different than the air I breathed.  For there, too, I recognized the bits and pieces that kept me alive.


The last in a series honoring Jutta Filippelli (1916-2016)

Originally posted March 5, 2013

Jutta's Kitchen 
Still Fighting Strong, 
Still Kicking Butt


An glimpse into Jutta's life which she paints with fire and with soul.

When we leave, I ask myself again.   You, you with all your dreams and passions.  Did you do enough today?

Related Posts:

Sunday Memories: Jutta's Hands and the Life They Traveled

Painting from the Inside

Sunday Memories:  All Together Again In Jutta's Kitchen

Jutta's Kitchen: Part One

Jutta's Kitchen: Part Two

Jutta's Kitchen: Part Three

Jutta's Kitchen Revisited

Jutta's Kitchen Blooms

Jutta's Kitchen Meets The Internet

At the End There Is Nothing Left Except Love