Lolo, I love this photo!!!Would love to see it huge---the doors have me fascinated!I have been having trouble with Blogger misbehaving---if I go missing from the blogs for a bit I am sure it is related to all that new crappy code they are pushing down.So I have not disappeared....just trying to worm my way into blogland...LOL!XXOO~~Anne
Hi Lo! Isn't that the truth? I was just talking about this very thing to my hub yesterday. :)) I love the photo, that worn wood is lovely. Happy weekend, my friend! xox Pam
I have lways been drawn to the mystery of old doors....what do they conceal, what mysteries are inside?This is lovely....and the words so powerful.Love,♥ Robin ♥
This is lovely!Wonderful quote and so well with the picture! It is perfect, like all you create;)I have worked in the garden all day and now I am enjoying a wine. Tonight we eat out with a tennis group we are in (we are in a few.......)The weather was lovely today as promised.Any signs of spring there yet?Enjoy your weekend!♥♥♥>M<
This is beautiful...as are all your recent blog posts... I read them all...regularly...and leave comments...irregularly. Nonetheless, they make me smile...always! :) Your words and your art are vitamins to my spirit! :) Thanks! ♥xo
Beautiful and true.Thank you for your kind words about Spike.xoxo
i was there too and i treasure that time as much now as i did then ♥i love these cards, lo. i want a whole deck that i can shuffle. i do....we'll be in wa again. some things are certain lovekj
I suppose it goes without saying that in true dialogue both sides are willing to exchange and listen to each other too. I have had so many so called dialogues in which I never had a chance to say anything./Beautiful doors and lovely card.
love thich nhat hanh, how perfectly the words go with your photo. very nice idea lo!
Words of wisdom from Thay - can't go wrong there.