Good morning! What a beautiful rose! Your blog looks like spring.
Joy! That is what I think of when I read this quote! Thanks for sharing :).
Obviously time to wake up and smell the roses... :)
I have read Thich Nhat Hanh and he is brilliant. I woke up early this morning, and didn't dare go back to sleep. I kept thinking about what I could do with the extra time.Spring has finally arrived. It's not as hot as it is in Texas that's for sure. We might get up to 60 today. That's warm this time of year for Massachusetts. On Monday the Boston Marathon is hoping it's a cool day for the runners. The race begins in our town. It's quite wonderful, the runners from Kenya are visiting the schools today. That's who the kids cheer for during the race.Have a great day.Karen
Well, that's right to the point, isn't it? Sometimes it is hard (as you well know) to look at a day ahead as such an opportunity. I would like to print that and hang it up beside (or maybe instead of!) my bathroom mirror.
Your roses are so spectacular! Happy Thursday to you. xox Corrine
Beautifully said. What a great mind set. Have a day filled with sunshine dear friend.
Perfect color, perfect shape - perfect quote to go with it.
I need to read this on many morning. I may put it on a pillow - look for the blog post.
Good morning! A little early or a little late depending on how you look at it. ;)
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