Thursday, February 10, 2011

Remembering

12 comments:

Evi said...

Oui, je sais à quoi ou à qui tu penses. Je t'y accompagnerai un de ces jour, si tu veux bien...my dear friend.

Nancy@A Rural Journal said...

If I didn't know better, I'd say that was in the U.S. -- reminds me of our farm pond. So tranquil and peaceful. I love sitting by ours in the summertime. :)

Judy said...

Such a peaceful looking place. I could sit there and knit while hubby fished.

Linda said...

I could take a walk with little girls holding my hand, and have 4 o'clock biscuits with chocolate, then laugh on the bridge and find a boy at the end waiting impatiently to go on to the next thing because he had finished the walk far more efficiently than the rest of us and in record time...and I would laugh with a sister dear over all of it...that's what I would do in such a lovely place.

Randy said...

What a great spot just to sit, think and taking in all the beauty! I agree with your coffee idea, that would be a blast. Have a wonderful day!

Out on the prairie said...

A place to think perhaps.

Pam said...

I pray they were all wonderful memories, Allison. I wouldn't want to think such a lovely setting could hold unpleasant thoughts.

happiness always,
Pam

texwisgirl said...

Beautiful place. The feathery branches of that tree are just wonderful.

P.S. I loved your sis' comment above. Made my heart break just a little...

Meg said...

Oooh, do you live near a lake?

P.s. Oh no! How sad about your sisters sweater. I'm terrified that will happen to me some day, even with hand washing things.

P.p.s Aren't those cookies delicious? I'm glad you enjoyed them. :D

And yes, I'd love the pattern. I'm thinking about designing a shawl but the idea for it hasn't struck yet.

Trisha said...

Such a calm and relaxing spot. Makes me want to grab a blanket & a good book :)

CountryDreaming said...

Remembering Haiku

Evergreen ripples
Reflect past journeys crossing
Shores of time to dream.

~~ CD

New World said...

I know that place ;)

Eyeliquor :)