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Bubbling Up


There has been much contemplation going on this week,
not always through the wine glass though,
but it is marvelous what can be seen through those bubbles!

Another year around the clock for my girl, she is in a much better place now after her illness,
still has some way to go, we're all getting there.

We have little snatches of paradise here and there, this was one!

Posting to
Postcards from Paradise
Recuerda mi Corazon


Comments

Stephanie said…
all we can do is take these moments when they are presented

and savor them

and hold on to them.

beautiful images as always Sue
A little snatch of paradise is better than no paradise at all!

Paradise of Roses
judie said…
You do come up with the most awesome photos. Always find beauty here.
rebecca said…
i love you sue.
the way you reach out for beauty in every given moment, your long enduring heart, the care you so willing offer to all around you.
yes, let's savor the bright moments in between life's challenges, together.
xo
I've been wondering how you are all doing.. Am glad you are capturing snippets of paradise when you can. Wonderfully creative photos - as always... I enjoy seeing through your lens :)
deb did it said…
Happy Solstice Sue !
Cat said…
♥♥♥

love and light
somepinkflowers said…
{{ yippee !!
celebrations
all
around }}


suzanne said…
cin-cin
what a beautiful cause for celebration!

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