A little of this, a little of that, a blessing here and there
Kathleen, I am amazed at what all you have been doing. Ginsberg has grown up so much and he is one very determined dog. It must take a lot of exercise to keep him calm.I hope your husband's surgery went well. I didn't know that you had knee surgery. I hope that helps relieve your pain.The poetry and photos are spectatular. I enjoyed catching up with you.
Thank you for this very special post.
That's a magnificent photo. It perfectly fits the quote.
And He will take care of things!
oh, I do love that quote. Gives so much peace. And a good reminder during the days--"God is awake."
That photo is spectacular.. just gorgeous. I hope all is well with you and yours.
Since hard work at home, and even harder on my job did not work to induce sleep last night, I'm going to try saying this as a mantra.
I love the quote. It's nice to have the reminder that someone is standing guard through our trials. The photo is beautiful, and gives a sense of peace that goes well with the quote.
Wonderful quotation, so fitting with the photo.How's the knee doing? Are you "listening" to it and taking care?
This photo is pure magic! And I do like that quote too.
Your photo is fabulous and I love your header as well!Congrats on your POTWHugsSueAnn
Fabulous photo, what spectacular light and color. Congrats on your POTW.
Fabulous photo and a wonderful quote to accompany it! Congrats on POTW!
Oh may, that is breathtakingly beautiful.Congrats on Hilary's POTW. It's well deserved.
Something very comforting about these lines I think. Very good post. Congrats on POTW mention
Oh look at that sky! Portents of peace or turbulence to come? It's a fantastic photograph, and the quote from Hugo is perfect. Congratulations on the post of the week mention. I really am just mesmerized by that sky.
That is a really beautiful photograph and the poetry is lovely. Congratulations on POTW!
Do trees sleep and if so do they dream?
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