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November 23, 2012


Laura Hegfield

indeed the feeling remains, and for THIS I am grateful... and for new feelings that arise as well:-)


Yes... the feelings remain, every day Steph, not just one. I am thinking how this beautiful milkweed pod is the winter of the abutilon flower that you took in La Gruta hot springs... oh life is so poignant and so beautiful. Love you dearly, today and always.


{{ yes

we are All so fortunate
to have loved ones
who love us back,
to have homes that Wait
we leave them
to journey around the world
then on back to our houses
our gardens
our pets
waiting for our love...

I am grateful every damn day
so are you
i know neither one of us
will ever
as butterflies
show up where we are
and Remind us

they Remind us }}


Thankful too, for your lovely photo and haiku!

Sue Fox

This is such a soft and subtle image, I love the colours, feels like I walked along with you. x


Love the photo and the sentiment of your haiku, the words ring ever so true!

Magical Mystical Teacher

EVERY damn day? :)



Yes! Every day.


something about a worn brown seed pod opening to let fly pure white glory.
i love you steph and your sweet family. i am so grateful we have sat close at many a table to share the love of friendship and life itself.
gorgeous haiku.
i sit it in warmth of your afterglow...

Mark M. Redfearn

The afterglow is, perhaps, the most important part of the feast!



Wonderful photography and delightful haiku ~ life after ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

Kim Mailhot

The gathering of hearts is the best part of the holidays ! So glad you had a good one !
Big Love !


Wonderful photo and wonderful words. And the happiest of Thanksgivings to you!


You're grateful every damn day...?

Me, too!!!!

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