...and more inspired.
Yes... and I presume you don't refer only to the delayed spring?
You are right, I'm not referring only to the delayed Spring, Peter.
oh what a joy Claudia and it is difficult for me to imagine how you would perform better with a better camera. Can there be anything better than this ?i see the colour, i see the glory, suddenly it all looks colourless to me when i lose a friend or lose something very precious. A person has to be at peace and healthy to enjoy the glory of nature Claudia. imagine Buddha with chronic migraine or stomach aches.
Poetry . . . gorgeous photographs . . . movies . . . and my friends rauf and Peter! Claudia, what a discovery to find you now. I have read and enjoyed your comments at rauf's for a long time, and now I am sorry I never came here before you came to synch-ro-ni-zing, because I've missed a lot of pleasure.As rauf said, splendid!
I love that idea, Buddha with chronic migraine or stomach ache! Yes, the sudden loss of a loved one takes some colour out of life, gray sets in and makes tonalities change... I'm very moody, Rauf, some days I cope better than others. Today I feel elated because Spring has arrived and everything looks so promising and alive outside. I have many reasons to be happy about. Thanks for the Buddha!
Your visit is such a pleasure, Ruth! Welcome!
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