REBLOG: Please read this Amazing piece from a very talented writer and poet. ❤
A thousand years You came to me in my sweet dreams again andyou were dancing in your white Summer dress by the lake. I watched your beautiful face smiling and you were singing to the afternoon sun. I stood-up and I joined you in the dance of laughter and joy. I whispered to your wanting […]I love you for a thousand years — johncoyote
At the top of Boomer Hill where the Lodge Pole Pines stand straight & erect, reaching for the sky; this is where my heart is. It’s among the moss and pine cones scattered on the forest floor.
It’s riding the air currents, alongside the bald eagles and hawks as they search for prey.
My heart yearns for the splash and laughter of the Umpqua River as it weaves its way across the valley floor.
Oh, how I miss my Beloved Oregon!!
Don’t get me wrong. I love my life! I have many, many blessings! But sometimes my heart just aches to be among this beauty. I’ve lived from coast to coast in this Great Big U.S. of A. and much of it is beautiful. But I’ve never lived anywhere more beautiful than Southwest Oregon.
Where is the most beautiful place you’ve ever lived?
REBLOG: Don’t mis this beautiful piece from Heart String Eulogies. ❤
“And maybe I’ll remember the good moments. The ones spent by your side.” And maybe, after all is said and done, I’ll finally reach the end. The end of this war. This lifetime of fighting for my own right to breathe. To push forward, no matter how hopeless my circumstances. And maybe, the day will […]
My dear friend Trent does a Weekly Smile post. Here’s one for him (and me).
Today was an almost perfect early spring day. There was almost no wind, which is something that I am SO thankful for! The wind blows too much here. The sun shone all day and the sky was a beautiful blue!
I took the day off. I didn’t do much today other than enjoy the day. I spent a lot of time outside with my little dog Rocket, sitting on the deck. The boy loves to chase the birds and squirrels and he loves to sunbathe. He competes with the neighbor’s dogs in barking for no reason at all contests sometimes. He’s normally very quiet (unusual for his breed) so when he wants to cut loose, I usually let him. He has a good time.
I put all of my flower pots out on the lawn to make sure everyone got some sun. I’ve carefully covered my flowers at night if the temps dropped too low and I’ve been rewarded with some beautiful blooms!
I washed out the bird bath and refilled it. I’m still waiting for the little birds to discover it and start enjoying it. But then again, I guess I would be shy about bathing in a stranger’s yard. 🙂
I’m so thankful for this beautiful day and beautiful weather. Today made me smile. There are many places where people are not as fortunate, I know that and I’m thankful. ❤
Please enjoy this beautiful take on a winter’s day from one of my favorite bloggers and an amazingly talented photographer. ❤
A WINTER LANDSCAPE IN RURAL Minnesota can, at first glance, seem visually unappealing. White upon white upon white. But then a moment happens. A curtain opens in the mind to reveal a scene that holds spectacular beauty. Stubble pokes through snowy fields. A farm site stands isolated, yet strong, in all that winter vastness. […]
I’ve seen several people’s description of a “Writer”. Looking at Dictionary.com, it says that it is “a person engaged in writing books, articles, stories”, etc.
It also says it is a “person who commits his or her thoughts to writing”.
When I looked up the word “Author”, I found “
None of these descriptions are very flowery or complimentary. The closest thing to something really nice that I found was under the definition of “Author”, it also says “
Now THAT I like. When I’m writing, I am lost in this other world of my own creation. So “Creator” and “Originator” seem quite appropriate.
BUT I have NEVER seen a description of a Writer so beautifully and eloquently done as it was done by Morgan over at Booknvolume. https://booknvolume.com/
This is what she had to say:
“To Write; To Paint with Words as an Artist Bedecks his canvas with hues and shades and layers of pigmentation; To Sing a Melody upon which the gaze may Linger and over which the Heart may Muse again and again: To Create visual Splendour with grammar and language that is, perhaps, fundamentally underutilized or neglected ( and to use Capitalization in the most maddening, although previously explained, manner), to me, is the most Beguiling form of Intoxication in which I could ever take Pleasure and, for you, Dear Intrepid Reader, to Undertake the Journey; to Brave the Frontier of Superfluous Verbosity and reach the shore with a Smile (though, perchance, to some extent exhausted), is, Hopefully, far more Rewarding an Endeavor than many.”
This woman is a multi-faceted talent! Please be sure to read the entire post and browse her blog. Her writing is beautiful, alluring, often sensual and always a delightful surprise!
Thank you Morgan https://booknvolume.com/2017/06/07/happy-bnversary-four-years-of-blather/ (see the entire post here) for your eloquence and beauty. You are an inspiration to readers and romantics everywhere!