Stripping away the rose colored glasses of denial concerning my reality. Getting in touch with truth. Reaching out to others in empathy concerning their reality and their walk to truth.
The picture made me happy, I would like to walk there!
Immersed with feelings for the great outdoorsWithin your heart that gentle applause. Thank your for this, Dixie.Your friend,Gay :)
We all belong somewhere and what could be more wonderful than the scene in your photo.
A very nice site indeed I would like to walk that path
That's beautiful! I love fall and the feelings your poem conjured for me. Thanks for your good wishes on Klahanie's blog about my cover reveal. I appreciate them! :-)
Beautiful poem and beautiful picture.LittlePinkRainBoots.blogspot.com
Aw, Fran, it is indeed lovely. I've posted a couple of my own photos before, but this one I borrowed from another. It seems he caught the right day for all of that gorgeous colour!Meanwhile, come over and I'll take you there!
Hi Gary, such a beautiful comment. I applaud your gift with words!
Hi Mike. You're the one with the gift of photography, and I love seeing what you share from trips you take.My best you and your wife. That recent storm there sounded scary. Hope that didn't touch you.
Hi Loki. Down the path is a circle of old oak trees. The story goes that a coven of witches were meeting there when lightening struck. There's only one center tree that survived. And wow, it gives me the creeps every time I go there.It's one serious path on 137 acres!
Lexa Cain, such an interesting blog you have. And there's a game going on! Can't wait to stop over and see what I can find. Thanks so much for visiting me.
Hi Julie. I find myself drooling over the fashions you display. And ~ anything Audrey Hepburn hits the mark with me!So glad you visited; take care.
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