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Stages of Joy

SATIATED
INTOXICATED
ILLUMINATED 
EXHAUSTED
JOY

More JOY to be found 
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GrandmaK said…
Well done! Cathy
rebecca said…
dear miss foxy sue,
i love you.
you of the generous heart and soft soul, with an ocean of beauty in the contours of your heart.
you are like a giant radiant sunflower drinking in sunshine and bursting with gifts. gifts that you offer in every direction your bright heart turns.
Kim Mailhot said…
Yes. That just about covers it !
May you experience all the stages smoothly today !
Happy Thursday !
Meri said…
I recognize that puppy exhaustion. I get that way frequently!
nclearwater said…
Hi Sue,
Your blog is not letting me leave a comment. I am trying again. This is a lovely journey for the eye and heart. I was particularly taken by the light and shadow and the exhausted pup at the end was such a pleasant surprise it took my breath away. Just lovely!
xo,
Noelle
Olivia said…
Intense Joy! Oh, I would love to experience that today. Perhaps if I am open to it, it may happen...Love the pictures that show the words so well...Blessings, Olivia
Cheryl said…
Your joy illuminates me.
"Exhausted" is probably the best part, because by then you've done what you needed to do...what your heart called you to do...

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