TammyA perfect time for all of us to practice this valuable gift to ourselves. have a wonderful week ahead!xoxoKate
Hi Tammy,Oh, what a great quote. It's quite difficult to do these days with all the different media calling for our attention. On top of that, I can't stop multi-tasking! Good words to live by.Happy Sunday,Sharon :-)
I love my life ~ sometimes I'm just amazed at how interesting it is and feel entirely blessed. Thankful this weekend, that we don't go back to work/school until Tuesday. It's going to be a noisy Sunday evening here though... all 4 of our "Florida Girls" will be here spending the night and it will be a wild girl time, just in time for husband's return home from his 12-hour drive.
I found your lovely blog through another blog and I am your newest follower. Love this quote. I look forward to reading more of your posts and have been just looking over some of your posts and photos.. Gorgeous!!! Greetings from Texas, hope you will pop by for a visit. ;) Enjoy this lovely day!!!
Can't say I have too many silent days or moments. Don't know what I would do if I did....lol! But my inner self does need to calm down a bit:)
Hi Tammy,I am having a lovely silent Sunday here myself. I love Sundays, and I sense that you fell the same way about them. I LOVED your Simple Sat. post and anyone that has olives for breakfast is number one in my book! Now...for the rest of the week...I wish you more simplicity and silence. Two things that have the power to keep us centered in life. (but you already know this, and that is what makes you special)!sending hugs
SO TRUE.....I WAS LOOKING AT OUR GARDEN THE OTHER DAY, IT STILL HAS THAT DRIED UP WINTER LOOK. SO GOOD TO SEE A PRETTY YELLOW FLOWER GROWING. BRINGS SPRING EVEN CLOSER. HAVE A NICE DAY. RIZZI
The hardiest and the first to come up?
A beautiful quote, sweet and simple image, love it!Have a lovely Sunday, dear Tammy xxxx
Beautiful and so true ~ :)
Beautiful quote. I have been out looking for little spurts of green in the flower garden. Found a few. I love my silence too Tammy. It is what keeps me centered and able to deal with anything, like a young newly divorced daughter moving back home. Never know what will happen. Thanks for your visits dear woman.QMM
Oh how I would relish the sight of a dandelion about now....
Lovely thought for a lovely (but kinda gray & snowy!) Thank you! Have a great week ;-)
terrific quote. The world now is so loud and fast compared to when I was a child. I get swept away by everything that HAS to be done NOW...I'm sure the generations before me feel the same way though.....
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