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It's Time!

It's time to be here,
here in these moody moments,
wings unfurled, ready!


I'm back! It's been a long time.
I've been here, there and everywhere literally and ethereally ~ *** Actually I popped over the pond nearer to some of you folk a few weeks back for a bite of the Big Apple, it was delicious and will post some pics soon.  In my last post I spoke about being 'home' and yes I've moved into a temporary home which feels really comfy, I might be putting down roots, but the real me still longs for the coast, so just now I'm waiting on my intuition to kick in and reveal 'the place'! 
Today when I think about home I'm thinking of my ethereal home here online, a place where I feel really comfy to express my inner most thoughts and feelings as I have done over the years through image and words and what better time to drop back into my ethereal world, now when there's so much magic about!

I'm linking in with my old friends at ~
Haiku my Heart
Recuerda mi Corazon

Comments

Lea said…
Oh what a delight to find you here today Susan! Love these wings unfurling, these right now moments, and to hear some about where you are and where you've been traveling. Sending lots of love and hugs, right through the ethers strait to you!
J C said…
That looks like a little dragonfly that might be trick or treating soon. :)
carol l mckenna said…
What a delight ~ both the haiku and that little cutie in the photo!


Wishing you a Happy Weekend,
artmusedog and carol
gma said…
Lovely to see you here Susan.
Darling photo. :-)
Sending love and good wishes.
xx
suzanne said…
happy to see you back here in your online 'home' :) bright blessings to you, my friend.
rebecca said…
dearest,
oh you delight me so! thank you for returning. i feel the circle of our love expand. please please continue to share your path-my arms are wide open!
xoxoxoxo
Cat said…
SO happy to see you my sister-friend ♥
welcome back
you have crossed my mind many times and have remained in my heart

love and light

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