Winds of change are whisking through, bringing cool, crisp winds in exchange for my energy, my vitality. I’m no longer dining on carefree air , enjoying the loves of my life.
Trees and plants are dropping their greens in exchange for vibrant oranges and reds. This too, I love…but it also signals the approach of the bitterness of another cycle of stinging cold, shunned warmth, like the arms of a lost lover
I will miss my friend…my beloved summer, its freedom coursing my veins. I have not many visits left.
Oh please, dear one, can you linger a little longer?
so incredibly cool up close! This is the first time I planted sunflowers. And while I LOVE them, they took over my whole garden…what majesty…what pure embodiment of summer.
Today when I was walking in my house I went to pick up a piece of plastic that didn’t make it into the recycling. I don’t know what it was the packaging for, but it had a piece of paper advertising stuck in it that said:
And then my dear blogging friend Rhonda, had this special music that brought me such peace. It deserves to be my meditation for awhile. His name is David Nevue. Click HERE. (The imagery is beautiful too.
And lastly, complete strangers with compassionate caring heartsdove in and shared their words, their encouragement and collective wisdom, and it was absolutely beautiful.
I am truly blessed on this first day of August. Thanks for making the world a better place…and thanks for being you!
The reason I adore this photo is because it was such a genuine happiness picture. My husband and I were truly “in the moment.” The picture was not posed. My friend took it when we weren’t looking. We were at the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, which I adore, and we were just happy to be with friends and eating delicious food and laughing like crazy. They have the most awesome Green Show. You have to see it sometime.
For a most romantic proposal and another Throwback Thursday & dialogue, go HERE.
And another romantic storyHERE. (except this one was on a Tuesday…hee hee)
P.S. If you ever go to the festival, be sure to go to the Green Show with the Fool Squad, and brings something fun to eat for them so you can be part of the show. Oh my, you’ll laugh forever!