There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens. Ecclesiastes 3:1
Everything changes, even stone. Claude Monet
True joy of nature is when every drop of water shines like a pearl. Anamika Mishra
A stumbling-block for the pessimist; a stepping stone to the optimist.
But I must admit I miss you quite terribly. The world is too quiet without you nearby. – Daniel Handler,
I have a habit of filling quiet moments with stupid chatter rather than intelligent vocal contributions to society. – Jessica Thompson
Love is all the small moments. It is what fills the quiet. – Jessica Shrivington
Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. ―
Recently my Mom posted this on my Facebook page. What a brilliant idea. I wish I had thought of it!
I particularly like the realistic hand drawing!
Spiders are not my favourite creature on the earth, and I have had more traumatic experiences than I care to remember…in the house, the office, the car, even in my purse! But I do try to respect their space when I’m outside. After all, the great outdoors is their living room, not mine.
The other day, as I settled into my chair on the back porch with a fresh cup of tea, I noticed something sparkling in an empty space between the apple tree and the clothesline. A space that shouldn’t occupy anything that sparkles. So, of course, I investigated.
This little guy is a distant cousin to the spider who has taken up residence between our porch and the neighbour’s porch. We eye each other I’m sitting in my chair, but as long as he leaves me alone, I’ll leave him alone.
The artist is a receptacle of emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web. – Pablo Picasso
This very late post is in response to Cee Nuener’s Black & White Challenge: New Photos! Hubby and Little Guy were away this week, so I’ve been spending my hours painting trim and stair risers. I may never stand straight again! 🙂
Sometimes a short walk down memory lane
is all it takes to appreciate where you are today.” – Susan Gale …
This post is in response to Cee Neuner’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Vanishing Point.
We found the way out
The city takes everything it can
But outside the crowds, I can feel my lungs again
– Dark Horses, Switchfoot
I always thought it would be fun to be a city girl, to live right down town with the hustle & bustle, the arts, the neon lights. Turns out, I’m happier living near open spaces.
I love that I can look out my office window and see flocks of geese in the Spring and Fall. I love the sparkle of fresh powder of a crisp winter day. And I love listening to the crickets singing in the evening. I prefer spacious places.
He brought me out into a spacious place;
He rescued me because He delighted in me. – Ps. 18:19 (NIV)
THIS IS MY ENTRY FOR CEE’S BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE, DRAWING INSPIRATION FROM FIELDS