Yoli, I have to know is this you little one in the picture in your header!Love your Dhali image. Every time that lovely man comes to Toronto or to NYC I see him! I have a daily calendar of him by my computer. Lea
You always find the most beautiful quotes. I have an elephant that must have come from the same series as that duck...it has a spinning tassle on top of its trunk!
ps - your new header is wonderful, literally. I love the way you instill a sense of magic and wonder in everything about your blog.
Thank you both, you are very sweet. Sally is in my header and of course, I think she is the most beautiful thing on this planet. I would love to see your elephant. I have had that duck for ages. He is my favorite thing I own. I got him so cheap at a yard sale. He reminds me of me. I never fit in, in the traditional way. He reminds me of that and of how things that are odd are also beautiful.
Just beautiful - the words and the image and the way they dance around each other.Thank you for introducing yourself and for your insightful comment to my post.Your comment opened up a whole new string of questions like can we be free of an illusion if collectively we all keep it in place?
I appreciate that you visited and left a lovely comment in my bloggy home.."thank you".It is quite late here and I have to be doing something. I wish I could browse and read and peek here and there some more...it would have to wait till Monday though. However, I want you to know that I find your blog interesting and uplifting. This is one place I can comfortably hangout and just enjoy reading....which means...I will most definitely be here often :>Have a wonderful blessed week ahead :>
I have that duck :-). I love him too and Rumi, his words never fail to uplift.
Yoli, yes my duck has a key :-).Thanks for stopping by! I love yourblog!
what is this blog? I am so confused?which one am I supposed to read?I didn't know this existed.hmmmmmmmmm
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