The answers surprised me in that all the spaces I'd mentally attach a label to as either sacred or having the sacred potential were connected to my childhood.
The heart of any home, especially the one my Mom gave so much meaning to, celebrates the power of food to nourish our body and soul.
Choosing a farmhouse sink is so trendy nowadays, but I see it as a way of women connecting with their mothers and grandmothers.
In my case, the kitchen also happens to be the spot I do most of my novel writing.
I chose this particular photo because the view reminded me of the Cape Breton Highlands, my favourite sacred outdoor space.
So, a place where you can rest & rejuvenate, play and be creative -- which happens to be my blog's motto so I won't argue -- except to add that if you were arguing on the count of the sex, you might want to diversify and try the kitchen:)
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