Thursday, August 18, 2011

walk with me wednesday-adjust


We haven't walked together for a time.


It is late summer, the early mornings are foggy and the air is thick with mist, the dew collects on grass..and fragile.


There isn't much to say today. There are, however, so many, many things to think about. So the walk is a prayerful one. A meditation.


A private moment. Shared.


The fawns are loosing their spots, and the bucks are showing their velvet.


and there are changes, to notice, and accept. deliberate as they are...and startling at the moment...a reminder that it is time to adjust.


Valerie said...

Lovely....and perfect for this August day.

What do you call the lily in the second photo? I have one given to me by MIL. She called it a resurrection lily. Mine is probably 10 years old, but has only bloomed these past two years. It is blooming now and is lovely.

elizabeth said...

That's a hibiscus in the second picture, right?

I see the light changing here too, and the leaves very slowly starting to turn! Yay!

Judy said...

It is amazing how fast the leaves are starting to fall. I am not ready!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I hope all is well and good for you and your hubby. Enjoy this fall weather. Fall always is a contemplative time for me too. Big hugs.

Mette said...

"I know of no thought so burdensome that one cannot walk away from it" Said by Soren Kierkegaard. I often think of that when I take a walk.

Wendy said...

Love the mama and baby deer; how DID you get that photo!?

Cassy said...

I love those pretty petals.

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