I live in the...or one of the most beautiful places on earth. But alas, I am a nomad at heart. These are my adventures.
That are very nice words and a nice picture!I like it!
Great words and congratulations on your recent, well deserved awards.
What a beautiful picture. We use to have clover of that color, lavender and white in our yard growing up. I loved to chew on it.;o)
That is a wonderful photo and thought provoking quote.
Thanks Steffi! I'm glad you like it.Beccy, Thank you so much.
Jillie, Perhaps that's a universal thing...I loved to chew on clover too.Dawn, Thanks. I'm glad you like the photo. I also found the quote thought provoking.
Beautiful picture and very true words.
That's a wonderful quote! And a beautiful photo.
what a fab photo.and such words of wisdom.
That's why I told my brother to come and visit me alone (in August) without his girlfriend, from whom he had broken up only 10 days before the departure. But, guess what: she had already bought the ticket and she talked him into doing the travel together to figure out how many chances their story could have had. My brother, who is so much of a good fella as an inexperienced inhabitant of this planet, agreed because she was too important to him. He acted against the common sense and his big brother advices. He could have spend some time far away to cool things off. And guess what, they both came over, I slept for ten days on the floor to let them use my queen (to rebuild the relationship...) and when back in Italy she dumped him in less that 2 days after landing. She really wanted to use her ticket!Life is beautiful!;-)Good night and good luck.
Sirdar, Are they? I hope so.Dan, Thanks. It spoke to me.
Pandave, I'm glad you enjoyed it.Fede, Unfortunately we often act against common sense in matters pertaining to the heart. But that really is an unfortunate story. I hate to hear about one using another for selfish reasons. It's too bad it happens so often.
Whew...I thought you said 'abstinence' and that the quote came from the Pope or something but then I read it correctly. Nice photo!
VE, Yep, that would have been a tough one. Think you need to keep that appointment with the optometrist.
I love that quote.
That is beautiful :)
Pamela, Me too.Guilty Secret, Thanks.
Beautiful, true tooabsence makes the heart go fonderbut then againOUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MINDIT can go iether way
Tracy, Very true, but what makes the difference?
I still want to eat that clover...hahaha!Have a GREAT wknd Carla ;o)
Jillie, Sometimes I still do! Oops! Great weekend to you too.
Nice picture.. good thoughts. :)Peace, ~Chanihttp://thailandgal.blogspot.com
Hi Carla, I too would like to congratulation on your award. You have a wonderful and interesting blog which is why I always enjoy visiting it. Best wishesAnnie
I have to pop in occasionally to see where you are and what you are up to! It is always an adventure.
H'lo Nomad. To endure, even in absence, is the checker to the key.;)
Chani, Thanks!Annie, Thanks. A compliment from you means a lot.
Sandi, Life truly is always an adventure...and for the most part I am happy that it is so.Fool, Yes, 'tis so, 'tis so. I miss your blog :(
What a wonderful quote! I love it.
Debbie, I quite liked it too. Thanks for stopping by.
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