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Summer Light

Summer Light

Many years ago, I came across this quote: Had I not been subject to darkness, I could not have seen the light. (Midrash) It has remained one of my favorites, reminding me that good and bad, light and dark, sadness and joy need each other to exist. Without sadness, we couldn’t experience joy. We wouldn’t … Continue reading

Leaves falling

Leaves falling

(One of my recent photographs paired with a beautiful Autumn haiku.)

How we live

How we live

(One of my recent photographs with a favorite quote.)

Tuesday Love! Quotations

Tuesday Love! Quotations

Okay, so it is late (at least here on the East Coast), but it is still Tuesday! The kiddo is finally in bed, I’ve had a few minutes to my own thoughts, and now it is time to blog! (Sorry, second exclamation point in as many sentences.) I’m a word-lovin’ girl. Fancy words, antiquated words, … Continue reading

No Regrets

No Regrets

“I sometimes wake in the early morning & listen to the soft breathing of my children & I think to myself, this is one thing I will never regret & I carry that quiet with me all day long.”    No Regret, Brian Andreas

Nature Walk

Nature Walk

G loves being outside. Loves, loves, loves it, I should say. Between that and the simply beautiful weather we had yesterday, I had to take him to the nature center near us. They have a building with some interactive “exhibits”, turtles in tanks, and an owl who was rescued and cannot be in the wild … Continue reading

Optimism

Optimism

“Optimism is a choice that can be nurtured by gratitude.”  Mou Saha

Photo Quote: Parenting

Photo Quote: Parenting

“Your kids require you most of all to love them for who they are, not to spend your whole time trying to correct them.”  Bill Ayers

Our Lives quote

Our Lives quote

“Our lives are like quilts: bits & pieces, joy & sorrow, stitched with love.”  (unknown)

Photo & Quote

Photo & Quote

I’m working on a lengthier post, but until then, here is a photo-quote to hold you over. Just in case you need one, that is. I found this quote in a magazine years ago and it really spoke to me. The “hope” pebble is something my mom gave me.