a love like that…

Do yourself a favor and start your day with this poem by Hafiz:

Even after all this time
the sun never says to the earth,
You owe me.
Look what happens with
a love like that.
It lights the whole sky.


Mt Rainier from my beach
Mt Rainier from my beach

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  1. This is beautiful. I look out to bare trees and a fence everyday. But soon the back garden will be blooming with turlips and everything green!! I need to get up to the lake, so I am looking at the waters of Georgian Bay and our beautiful sandy beach.

  2. This is beautiful. I look out to bare trees and a fence everyday. But soon the back garden will be blooming with turlips and everything green!! I need to get up to the lake, so I am looking at the waters of Georgian Bay and our beautiful sandy beach.

  3. You are so lucky to have a view like that! Just beautiful!! My hubby and I spent the weekend on Bainbridge the weekend before Easter – the weather was beautiful and I got to see not quite this view but close enough!! Fantastic!! BTW – I think maybe I saw you in one of the little stores in old time Paulsbo while I was there…was that you??

  4. You are so lucky to have a view like that! Just beautiful!! My hubby and I spent the weekend on Bainbridge the weekend before Easter – the weather was beautiful and I got to see not quite this view but close enough!! Fantastic!! BTW – I think maybe I saw you in one of the little stores in old time Paulsbo while I was there…was that you??

  5. I never, ever tire of looking at Mt. Rainier. It is Mother Nature’s personal gift to Washingtonians, a symbol of her power and majesty.

    Today I planted flower seeds: nasturtiums, sweet peas, bachelor buttons, carnations, icelandic poppies, verbena, and columbine. I find it amazing that a small, hard seed can morph into a beautiful living plant in just a few months. When the seeds sprout and begin to grow, it is just another example of Mother Nature’s power and majesty.

  6. I never, ever tire of looking at Mt. Rainier. It is Mother Nature’s personal gift to Washingtonians, a symbol of her power and majesty.
    Today I planted flower seeds: nasturtiums, sweet peas, bachelor buttons, carnations, icelandic poppies, verbena, and columbine. I find it amazing that a small, hard seed can morph into a beautiful living plant in just a few months. When the seeds sprout and begin to grow, it is just another example of Mother Nature’s power and majesty.

  7. Gifts of Promise it was! They had that cute little dog in there that I stopped to pet! And of course my hubby and I stopped at the bakery too!! They have the most amazing smells wafting out the door drawing you in! I should have said hi – but that struck me as being a little too creepy fan like….even though, I swear, I AM your biggest fan! 🙂

  8. Gifts of Promise it was! They had that cute little dog in there that I stopped to pet! And of course my hubby and I stopped at the bakery too!! They have the most amazing smells wafting out the door drawing you in! I should have said hi – but that struck me as being a little too creepy fan like….even though, I swear, I AM your biggest fan! 🙂

  9. Wow, small world! I would have been startled as heck but very proud to meet you! Now that the good weather is trying to arrive, maybe we’ll cross paths again someday soon!

  10. Wow, small world! I would have been startled as heck but very proud to meet you! Now that the good weather is trying to arrive, maybe we’ll cross paths again someday soon!

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