"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrowmindedness." – Mark Twain
Absolutely Gorgeous! Wow! You did it again Terry. :-)
Between your picture and Trée's chapter, I'm just about finished for the day! I just want to lay me down and marvel at what beautiful minds, hearts and souls you both have. This picture is so very, very lovely. I sit here, looking at what is in essense just a photo, but, as you always do, you've chosen one that makes a person feel as close to being there as possible. I can feel the wind, hear the waves and the peacefulness. Wonderful post, Terry, wonderful!
wow,that is so incredibly beautiful.
I can taste the salty air just looking at that picture. You have the most amazing pictures Terry.
this morning when i was all messed uphaving poorly thoughts,i put this imageinto my minds eyeand it really helpedpull me out of my funk.its cool,in a warm glowing kind of a way...xo
The earth really is alive--it's truly awesome when someone captures such a dazzling glimpse of that life.
And nothing can make me happy as the ocean does..lovely pic n post Terry!U have a great holiday season HUGGGGGGGZ!Keshi.
Evening, sweetie, xBack for another (of many) looksee at this amazing post. I've completely fallen in love with it, I long to be there, to see it for myself. That would surely be as perfect a moment as could be.Sweet dreams, talk to you tomorrow. :-)
hey... very beautiful pics in this blog!
Hunched bird on a rockWaits for Christmas and sunshineJust round the corner.
Trée: Did what? :-D This is just filed as "places I'd rather be..." LOL Happy Christmas to you and your dear ones.Autumn - You always have the very nicest things to say to warm a person and bring a smile. Thanks :-) Come sit on the rock with me and listen to the waves... Hey Lisa - how's you this morning? Autumn and I are out in the spray - come join us for a moment of peaceful reflection ;-)Jillie - from one beachgirl wannabee... to a real one, Happy Christmas across the land. Hope the frost didn't nip your nose last night at the game :-DLisa - like I said - what are you waiting for? Let's go. The orange glow from the sunrise/sunset can wash away our malaise for a bit.whyioughtta - :-) It is great when another soul can see and touch the earth in its many forms. You got any beaches away up there in Quebec?Keshi - Merry / Happy Holidays to you Keshi = I wish you love and joy to you this season! Beaches make life bearable.Autumn - Ever cheerful, ever awake... I see you still up and about even as I write this. Christmas plans in full swing? My daughter is having a sort of Christmas celebration tonight (cooking the turkey at my house)because she and her sweetie leave for Utah tomorrow. So I must somehow have a wrapping marathon today when I dash home for lunch... auuughhhh!!!!Rathna - so nice of you to stop by. You have a lovely site as well. Thank you for the kind words :-)Jeanne - Grins... I like your haiku :-) Mine is a bit rusty - having not dragged it out for a while. Nicely said.
Your multi dimensional haiku (picture included) inspired mine. Haiku bows to haiku, and sits down for a shared cup of hot chocolate to warm in the brisk wind.
Yes, please. I'll bring a thermus of cocoa along. Lisa can bring some cookies. :-)Which daughter, Terry? I thought all three were spending Christmas at home with you?
Beautiful, as you are....May you and yours have a very blessed Christmas and all dreams come true for the New Year.Meg
Jeanne - ah - beautiful. You folks from up there know how to enjoy. :-)Autumn - Pass the cocoa - and I think Lisa said she has some gingerbread cookies in the icebox... My daughter Hannah is going to Utah manana and leaving Hunter home with me :-D Becky and her BF will join us for dinner tonight too.Meg - thanks for the sweet words :-) I'm wishing you the best for the New Year as well - after the rollercoaster of last year this one will be bright and hopeful.
actually, due to technical difficultiesi might have not baked one single cookie and as the deadline is prettymuch passed, i might take the roomtemperature butter i have on the counterand do something else with it, like,put it back in the fridge...wow, heavy,thats like a metaphorfor my life or something...but i'm down with the cocoa fer surrrrrrrrrrre!xo
Simple. Powerful. Beautiful!
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