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Each New Day

Each new day a gift
is waiting to be embraced
I'm shaken & stirred

Today is Haiku my Heart day, I had an image I've been playing around with but no words wanted to keep my picture company.... I do want to keep my blog alive it's been a good friend to me over the years but lately inspiration has been lean.  This I suppose is all part of the journey and so I wait for brighter days... 

Thank you Rebecca for your lovely words today, they inspired my haiku. 
Joining Haiku my Heart once again ~ 
Recuerda mi Corazon


Shaken and stirred? May the finished product be a delight!
J C said…
Yes, each new day is definitely a gift. And your picture is delicious looking, enough to drink, I think. :)
carol l mckenna said…
Lovely haiku ~ I think we all get 'shaken and stirred' at time ~ Love the colors in your wonderful creation ~

Happy Weekend to you, ^_^
Laura said…
I'm grateful for each new day too… waking up and looking out the window can be a great source of inspiration.
rebecca said…
any day you arrive here- is a day that floods my heart with hope and promise. thank you dearest friend. no one really knows what weighs on the hearts of those around them. so why not show up with a heaven full of light, a heart full of compassion, a mindfulness that elevates ordinary to sacred. in the end- and for that matter- in the beginning and everything in between- nothing matters but loving straight from the heart.

Lea said…
Sometimes, even now... it is all I can do to make a Friday haiku post. There were times that our haiku circle was the only thread I could follow... And as you say so well, some days are truly lean. But I do know, that every time I visit here, I feel filled with the beauty of your images and words... thank you Sue. XOXOXO
payal agarwal said…
Each new day is a gift indeed. Beautiful creation. :)
suzanne said…
love it when you arrive here...and yes, so often it is simply awakening and being grateful for a new day and that is profound in its own way.

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