I'm looking for my manual for graceful living.
I think I set it down somewhere over here...
Rats! I saw the title of your post and I quickly clicked on it thinking you'd share a solution to writers block! I have to write an article for a magazine today and I need the help.Good luck!
What a tranquil photo, Susan. It's not so early morning here and I have a plethora of blue jays, finches, deedees and juncos at my feeders outside my writing window...and a pile of to-dos that never seem to get too-done!
David must not be writing about gardening. All those lovely sprouts are inspiring to me!
Susan, I'm intrigued by your early morning view. When I enlarge the photo, I see you have a great view of your neighbourhood so you can watch the surrounding homes stretch and yawn to wakefulness, and...what is that plant in the corner with the pinkish blooms? :)
What a peaceful scene...lovely.
What a great photo!! I have that lamp!
The beauty of a wordless post..our minds can wander all over the place! Here's where my wandered~~I want to move my computer so I can look out the window...Thanks for help clarifying that for me;-) gail
This is so you. It's full of life and is open to possibilities. I can see why you are gifted.
Were you writing or watering!
Takes my breath away. One block away from you and I find hope in your photo for my place. I am going to make something beautiful of it like you have.
David--good luck on that magazine article.Jodi--what a nice view those birds make.Michelle--I totally agree.Nancy--That's funny! I even darkened the image in the window a bit, thinking that my neighbors might not like people peering into their backyards...Oh, and the flower is a miltassia orchid, "Shelob Webmaster."Aerie-el--Thanks!Darla--I really like that lamp. It reminds me of my grandmother.Gail--don't put it too close to the window, or you'll never get anything done. ;-)Anna--You flatter me!EG--neither at that moment!Daisy--Georgia O'Keefe believed we should make all the spaces around us beautiful, even the simplest. She even took care with the way she positioned the stamp on an envelope...
It's a lovely scene, Susan. I'm just trying to figure out where you can possibly do any 'writing' at that desk!!Lovely view overlooking your garden!Is that a photo of your dad? (Hope that's not too personal, yikes)
That photo is just so warm and inviting.
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