"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrowmindedness." – Mark Twain
I took me a second, but I caught on!Great picture.
Wow!!! That is an amazing tree. I wish I had it in my yard :)I hope the sentiment that goes with it means that you are no longer Adrift :)
oooh, great post, Terry! Dancing within those words.And that pic, :-D, how incredibly cool is that!
what an awesome picture!
whoaaa we r alive!:):)Keshi.
Tai - you are so savy :-) I knew you would see it.
Mo'a - I wish it was in my yard too - it is incredible. The sentiment which accompanies it is heartfelt and seems to be the thought which has, in a random pattern, been repeating itself to me in the past several weeks. I embrace it.
Morning Autumm :-) yawns and stretches... you got coffee?
TRACE! The mystery woman emerges - (can you see me winking?... I know what it is like :-D) Hi, miss you, hope you are sickingly happy, and, I know :-)
YES Keshi - WE R
Ready to go. Cream, sugar?
I have an addiction... lots of coffeemate please. Coffee is so good, day or night. My Bear drinks it hot or cold, all day long. sigh.
Think I'll ever get used to this?
To what? Love, perfect as can be?If that, no, not completely, but you wouldn't want to, you'd always want that sense of wonder at how special it is.Morning beautiful person, hope you have a beautiful day, xo
Afternoon Autumn - Okay, now I'll really be needing that coffee. Did the morning jog and so I'm awake. Hope your day was nice - happy mid week too you.Yes, IT is very special. :-)
That is an amazing photo. I wonder if it is simply nature that formed this tree in the shape of a dancer or if it was slowly manipulated over time like a Bonsai tree.
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