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Simple Things

What has brought me joy this week?
I have spent a lot of time
 reflecting quietly, 
thinking about spring and the cycles of life,
light, warmth, renewal,
and  
seeing an almost spontaneous smile 
come across my daughter's face today
whilst on leave from hospital,
the simple things really.

I'll be sharing my JOY with

Comments

Stephanie said…
Oh Sue,
These images you share are beautiful and soulful...they do indeed bring me JOY!

x..x
Fallingladies said…
Beautiful photos!! Peaceful and creative!
Monica said…
that smile must've been like spring gold.

we seem to be on a hiatus, as the weather decides what to do.

enjoy your weekend lovely one.
Sue ~ wonderful post and photos are fantastic ~ wishing you and your daughter well ~ enjoy each moment ~ as you say the simple things ~ 'sacred in the ordinary' ~~thanks, namaste, carol (A Creative Harbor) Happy weekend ^_^
somepinkflowers said…
♥----> for you
♥----> for dear daughter
Meri said…
These photos thrill me, Sue! Oh my. . . .

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