My walks are filled with words. I listen to podcasts (mostly to distract myself from the fact that I can no longer call my brother while I walk). The words fill my head and distract me from the sorrow that fills my heart.
I did not start out to write a sad post. Look at the title. This is a celebration post! But before I share what I'm celebrating, I have to share two songs I often hum in my head, especially after returning from my walks. The first is Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World." The second song, "I Think the World is Glorious," is one I learned as a child attending Primary (our faith's mid-week, after-school, gathering for children).
Every year in March the world explodes in glory!
Come stroll with me to savor the colors of our glorious world.
WOW!! How beautiful! I love spring, It revitalizes me!! Thank you for share this moment. I'd love to join you!ReplyDelete
Nature at her best and giving us peace.ReplyDelete
Oh that stroll was lovely even vicariously. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Spring is barely beginning here in northern NH. Your picture help me remember how great it is going to be!ReplyDelete
You have blossoms already?! Strolling and humming, and listening to podcasts, thinking of your brother, seeing the beauty - all in one slice of life.ReplyDelete
First, so sorry for your loss!!! Those holes in our hearts are never filled. Thank you for your beautiful photo essay! You have soooo much color! In Colorado, we were just starting to have a few crocuses and then we got two feet of snow. Now we are back to white and gray and brown. When everything melts, though, we will have lots!ReplyDelete
Such beauty! I hope it soothes your heart as you grieve. God is with you.ReplyDelete
Those photos are glorious, Ramona - a celebration, indeed! My prayers are with you <3ReplyDelete
What gorgeous photos! Nature can help soothe our soul. I hope you felt uplifted after your walk.ReplyDelete
I am so sorry to hear of your loss, Ramona. Thinking of you.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing such beautiful blooms