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the wind in your hair

My internet was out for the last three days… and while it was a major inconvenience as far as work is concerned, it was also kind of nice.

I felt myself slowing down, just a little. My routine was no longer routine, and since we also had beautiful weather, I spent a lot of time outside. I took this picture last week, planning to post it on Saturday, which, of course, never happened.  Since then, all of the black eyed susans have opened. What a happy flower they are.

Yesterday I wrote all morning, went running, worked in the garden, had a nice dinner with my husband, and then read all evening. It was pretty much a perfect day.

Sometimes, things work out just exactly the way they are supposed to.

I think this was one of those times.

It was a space filled with quiet, and I don’t give that to myself often enough. You get so used to all the chatter that you stop thinking about it, but it’s always there.

Sometimes, you just have to stand still and let the wind blow through your hair.

It’s refreshing.

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Wishing you a week filled with quiet.

 

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  • aprille July 24, 2013 at 3:38 am

    It is so nice and quiet on this page. I do read your poems but the page is so crowded that I retreat from commenting there.
    Flowers either before or after their peak, are so photogenic.

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