*This is in response to Sue Vincent’s photo prompt. You can read all about it here.
Would it be different if we tried again?
Or would you still be a thorn on my rose?
** This is for a prompt on Sue Vincent’s blog. If you would like to get in on her weekly prompt, you can find out all about the fun here. Sue gave us the beautiful photo above and the word Magic. So this is my humble little offering: Snow Day Magic
I finally released her from my grip and she burst out the front door and into the cold December morning. It was the most magical of all days; a Snow Day!
A Snow Day means not only do you get to play in the snow, but there is NO School that day! This is a miracle to a child.
I saw it just on the other side of the meadow. The sun was in the east, yet it did not shine here.
Carefully, I made my way across the dew laden grass. I didn’t dare blink, lest it disappear. Ignoring the chill of my bare feet, I approached as quietly as I could.
Was this it? It had been so long since I’d seen it, I wasn’t sure. Sometimes it would appear just on the edge of my peripheral vision, vanishing when I looked directly at it. Other times it was like a warm hug, enveloping my entire being.
There has been a time when The Threshold was within me, barely restrained, bursting at the seams to get out and into the light of day.
Standing before it, I reached out a tentative, trembling hand. What would it hold this time? What magic lay on the other side?
I took a deep breath and stepped across The Threshold.
random musings of me
Experiencing life through words
Thoughts (random and intended) from a writer and poet.
Poetry, stories and strange odds and ends from the desk of a writer
Full-time daydreamer, half-time paranoid.
Philosophy is all about being curious, asking basic questions. And it can be fun!
Let the mermaids in my teacup distract us for a while
#Kindness Changes Everything
Positive propaganda in the time of Corona
In order to “live” the dream, you just “be” the dream.
At Least Trying Too
Blogging about Life as it comes
Founder of the Three Things Method of Storytelling, Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene
Books and Stuff
Smile;) Its daisy
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