32 thoughts on “Because You Want To Touch The Sun

  1. Do you know that they just found out that sun exposure has no direct correlation to skin cancer? In fact, people who are often in the sun live longer. It does however still cause wrinkles. Anyway, I know your blog has a deeper meaning but there’s my 2 cents!


  2. Ahh, the sun’s warmth. One of the many reasons I am grateful to live in the desert Southwest. But do wear sunscreen. To Marissa’s comment and as someone who has already had three basil cell growths removed (due to many years of sitting on lifeguard stands), everything I’ve read and studied points to the sun as a contributor, as well as genetics (ethnic heritage) and surprisingly, diet! Oh, and the sun yields a vitamin D3 boost too! Pretty good ‘stuff’ if we’re careful with it. 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂


  3. Colleen, how beautifully said. The sun probably isn’t the only thing that you can’t touch to feel the benefit of. You can’t touch the heart that you have filled with joy, because of your words and wisdom, nor can you touch the twickle in the eyes of those that your stick folks provide as examples. And surely to can’t the love that comes your way from all you have bestowed.. But it is there, Take care, Bill


  4. I need a Love button. I love it. ❤ I was thinking what Mark commented, about basking in your words and image. That is a gorgeous image with such beautiful words to go with it.


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