one you received? or one you sent?
maybe your birthday? and yes, tied with strength... His protecting hand.
I just started reading "Wherever You Go There You Are" by Jon Kabat-Zinn and so I went for my morning walk not with the purpose of getting a workout but with being more mindful of the moment. It was a beautiful start to the day.Back home and catching up on the blogs I'm following, the first one I read is yours.How fitting!
these are two I sent to friends
What a wonderful way to remind you of life's precious gifts!!!
you really are creative!!! i still have to get kath's birthday gift together, and it's now two days late.
They are so cutely wrapped that I wouldn't want to open it. How am I kidding, I'd just open it very carefully so not to spoil the wrapping.
Great quote and photos! You always give me great ideas.
Beautiful Elk...If you only knew what coming here does for me.
Red or gray. Today, I'll say red.
All things tied up in string are beautiful!...Your posts are always so inspiring! Thank you elk!
A gift indeed... a welcomed reminder - choose what matters
Your words inspire!Thanks for the reminder!Hugs!
a perfect post:-)
Indeed it is. Lovely as well. :)
I have to remind myself to double knot sometimes, but yes, the strength is so needed.
.... a gift in the mail today came from you ... the swap return ..... and not only fun, varied, beautiful thought provoking tiny works of art - but new friends in bloggerland. Thank you for the gift of hospitality and bringing people together :)
Such mystery - hope the little gift was for you :)
Oh, the excitement that goes along with a wrapped gift! Beautiful!
Wonderous post. Just perfect!
a gift indeed!love the twine. :)
yes! every day is a gift. what a beautiful post. the photos are perfect.
They are always gifts, these days that come to us. We must learn to receive them gracefully. I think you already know how.Debi
Love the way you wrapped the note to yourself. It's a true present.
They were all so beautiful!Thank you, again.
I've said it before, but you have such a gift for combining words and images.
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