Tuesday, August 2

quiet came and so did many lovely things.

hi.

I woke saturday morning to a quietness, the one that i craved but you see i thought i was okay still without it but the night before a meltdown through tears, exhaustion or worse yet a lack of patience was quickly taken posession of my mind and body. the thing is i did not know i really needed some quiet, i craved it but needing it to function that was unexpected. so there is was saturday morning, the little chick that had slept with me in my bed because she needed a mommy badly, was no longer chirping because i had found her a real hen mother, the dogs were sleeping with k, the feathery were fed, the horses too.  i picked up a broom and started to sweep, cleaning house, placing things where they belong, picking flowers and making tiny clusters, all those things were healing. I had a visitor too that dropped by and performed some magic but i will leave that for another post. K and i spent the weekend doing regular things but enjoyed the silence.

sunday evening my friend catherine arrived with her children. she showered me with all things wonderful, peaches, plums and apples from her orchard. rhubarb, blueberries tomatoes from her fields. home made jams & vanilla, rices of all kinds, olive oils. goat cheeses and soap. heaven!.  i made dinner, we chatted. the next day we went to the lake read magazines as the kids swam, talked about life and projects, went for a long drive.
came home made dinner, ate good cheeses and breads and nibbled on chocolate. thank u dear catherine.

they just left and for the rest of the week there will be just me, les animaux and that is pretty special too.

i also wanted to thank corine for writing these kind words




8 comments:

the wild magnolia said...

The goodness of life and kindness of friends.

Great photos and post.

Svet said...

Great atmosphere on your photos!

corine said...

Thank you for thanking me... this is one of the most gorgeous set of images youve' ever given us. They bring me peace and joy just looking at them. See, this is the kind of magic that you do.

S. Etole said...

I like the soft quietness in these.

Julie said...

quiet is such magic.

Tess, That'll Do said...

I am so happy to have stumbled across this blog. I could look through your photos for hours on end. Do you live in New Hampshire? They feel like NH to me. :) So lovely.

Gilding Lilies said...

This combination of pictures touched my heart and I wanted to say "thank you my friend".

VanityofVanities said...

Love the chick and the flowers. Yet, they look so melancholy and indeed represents a quiet atmosphere. Love how you've shown quietness through pictures, eh.:)

Thanks for sharing,
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