Petals float in bowl
Portal to another world
Children rush around playground
Ahh…an oasis of pink tranquility indeed. So peaceful, full of summer loveliness. Have a wonderful weekend Sarah, and I’ll be in touch 🙂 xxxx
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My family preferred the first image to the second one. Small children can get very belligerent when they rush around in the summer and overheat! You have a wonderful weekend, too, Sherri 🙂 xxxx
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Yes, they certainly can! Thanks Sarah, it was a lovely weekend, wasn’t it glorious on Saturday? Wet and rainy now though, but not complaining… 🙂 xxxx
Only grey here, Sherri, with a bit of drizzle. At least it’s keeping me inside, getting on with some work, having recharged my batteries in the sun over the weekend 🙂 xxxx
Yes, I know that feeling 🙂 xxxx
Imagination takes us far. Just a thought to travel.
On a good day, imagination can take people far, in a positive sense of the word. On a bad day, it can go down the route of imagining the worst and take us nowhere. I prefer the first, although the second one is apt to come and get me during the winter months 🙂
I have missed your writing. Lovely!
Aaaaw, thank you 🙂
I’ve thought of a guest post for you over at yours. It’s suitably in line with the Blondewritemore Team’s branding i.e. “writer-pokes-fun-at-herself”! Just bear with me. I’ve set myself another deadline re novel preparation, but may indeed need some light relief along the way. Mister pleaded with me to shut up about my project last night, when I got onto the subject of the new VAT laws re the sale of electronic goods, which includes eBooks. I think he bellowed “Enough!” at one stage.
Whenever Sarah, just happy you have agreed to do one 🙂
So lovely… with your shadow as well!
Thank you, Dale. I like “mirrors” like that!
and look, there you are, amidst the petals.
Yes, I’m visiting the other world 🙂
Love the pink tranquility, Sarah. The past few days in Florida have been more like the “crimson exhilaration.” 😕
Earplugs?!!! Has the local wildlife become scarcer, or does it compete?
Know just what you mean–we got our ‘dose’ of crimson exhilaration playing football (a.k.a. soccer) outside this afternoon with the kids. Lovely tanka & photo, Sarah.
My grandson gets into crimson exhilaration, but it’s normally from mimicking break-dancing in front of the telly switched to the music channel! When he was aged 4, he gathered an audience around him somewhere in public, when doing his impressive floor spins. Poor boy hates school, as he has to sit still D:
That looks enchanted Sarah, like a magical mirror.
It does, doesn’t it? When I looked in the water, my face looked younger, so it must be magical!
Utterly captivating, Sarah.
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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