Sunday, March 16

winter lingers on


Winter has decided  to stay it's full term and intertwined with it are some old feelings. everyday i learn a bit about myself but mostly i learn about her. I hear all my favorite instruments, the violin, the piano and cello when i stare at her. her face is brighter then any sun and lovelier still then any sunset. This weekend i cried randomly caught of guard, it was not fear ( well maybe a little) but mostly at the cheer amazement that she is here, she is here at my kitchen table, in my arms, her head lays on my pillow and her hand reaches out to hold my mine. she is here and with me.

I am listening to beautiful music play as i type this, i am also reading before bed again- oh how i missed it. The book is about Happiness and can we make ourselves even happier than we are, i am up for that challenge although i suspect that in a few months my happiness will be off the charts.

 I am filled with things i want to write, some about Poet, some about me and the changes that have taken place but none of it i can tell is coming out right now, so i will leave you  for now and wish you well.

9 comments:

annton beate Schmidt said...

sometimes we need exactly that. time. we feel things deep inside, but they haven't grown enough, to let them out. too weak to stand on their feet or to use their wings. like a flower waiting deep within soil to bloom. and to be bright. and then, we are almost there. and in the last minute. not. just take your time. no matter what.

Dena Testa Bray said...

Winter lingers here, too. The transition has not begun yet. So we linger.

Take your time. Love Poet. Get to know her, each other. Feel secure.

Write more when it comes.

Domenico said...

My mum taught me fear was life's way of challenging you, so I say meet it head on because now, my friend, you are a mum, and in my personal experience there is nothing on this planet more powerful.

Also, at the end of the day don't you win solely based on the fact your family is in tact?

Laura said...

Am so glad to hear your world is full of hope and promise. The Vernal Equinox brings us slowly out of our winter retreat. It's sounds like you are clearly feeling peace & joy and will express that in writing when the time is right.
Happy spring to you and Poet!

Juliana said...

Beautiful words, so full of happiness. Makes my heart smile for you.

Sweet Life Farm said...

Oh, Nadia, the beauty contained in these two photographs…your words. May your happiness linger.

Noelle the dreamer said...

I finally managed to catch up with my reading and realized Winter has left you! Spring definitively surrounds you with so many promises!
Congratulations Mum! Poet is a beautiful like being and you are blessed!

Dwiana Porter said...

HI, I am first time visit here. I enjoy most of your writing and pictures. It encourage me to do more reading and writing. Thanks!

Claire said...

It's warm and muggy here in England today. I love these photos, particularly the one with the red horse.