Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Hi Vicki-We must both have had blue on the mind this morning. Have a great day. The eggs have been a hit.
Breathtakingly beautiful! I've been following your blog by feed for a long while now, and every post's a treasure. This one spoke to me especially, so I'm breaking my awed silence to thank you for this lovely invitation to Grace. Melodye (http://newport2newport.livejournal.com/)
Gorgeous shots Vicki! :)
Beautiful pictures and beautiful words!"carpe Diem"
Beautiful photos and Haiku. I don't know why, but such a feeling of peace came over me when I read the Haiku.
Hey, Pepper! Glad the eggs survived the trip!Welcome, Melodye -- so glad the words and pictures resonated with you!Thank you, Carol!Yes, Miss Yves, that's kind of what every sunrise says to me. I love all three of these photos, Victoria, for their peaceful feeling. Plus I always like doors and reflections! I was trying to make the haiku echo that.
Vicki - your images and Haiku are wonderful. And book worthy, I'm thinking . . .
Thank you so much. Kaye! Wouldn't that be nice? Who knows, maybe someday . . . And then Meryl Streep could play me in the movie ;-)
Why, you know, she COULD!!
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