It’s not always an easy world to exist in.
Sometimes you just have to turn your back on the world.
And find a moment’s peace.
Maybe more of us should.
Nothing wrong with taking a break every now and then Colleen! ❤
Exactly Diana. 🙂 ❤
Oh yes Colleen. I’ve turned my back several times, and always felt better when I turned around again.
Me too Angie! 😉
Great message. Did you take this picture?
I did Marissa. It’s one of my grands. I just loved this. Her mom and I were both grabbing our cameras when she did this. She is going to be a strong one this one. 🙂
It’s really beautiful. A Norman Rockwell painting…or a Hallmark card…not sure which.
THANK YOU MY FAVORITE PERSON TODAY!!!! 🙂
So meaningful……also love the photo..
Thank you JoelF. 🙂
I think I take this too seriously. I always have my back facing the world. Sometimes I peek and then regret doing so and swiftly return to my position. 😉
🙂 I get that. But maybe the direction you’re facing isn’t ‘away’ from ‘the’ world, but facing YOUR world. 🙂
I think it is healthy for our mind to turn around sometimes Colleen.
I agree Irene. Completely. This little one knew it all on her own.
Yes, we should! 🙂
It worked for her! 😉
I love this picture too. Great message! Recharge, rejuvenate, perspective check:)
Thank you Cynthia, we couldn’t resist it. 🙂 And it works!
That is not a bad idea at times. A break is nice now and then.
Is that you with your back turned because dress?
HA! You know better!
Beautiful marriage of thoughts and photo, Chatter Master!
Thank you Someone! 🙂
Oooh love the photo. I often feel if I stood exactly like your grand, I would shut it all out. My youngest tends to do it often. She returns quite recharged. I need to turn my back a wee bit more.
Seems like the wee ones are trying to teach us. Why aren’t we listening? 😉
Let’s all look at what’s in front of her, MBC. I needed this perspective today, my friend.
I’m glad you got it MBM. And you’re right. Turning our back on what we don’t need at the moment, often faces us towards something we do need. 😉
I agree. Good to escape real world and find peace in things like water, the forest or a open field. Thank you for sharing your outstanding poetry.
Thank you for reading John. And the wonderful comment. These kind of escapes are the healthiest.
I agree and I tried.
I like this photograph, Colleen. She represents the human spirit. To me, pioneers were so sure and she seems this way, of herself. I love confidence!
I did not notice any gaps. You don’t take much of a “break. 🙂
“Break”????? Who has time ???? 😉
And yes, this little one definitely represents the human spirit. Strong and confident and sometimes just needs to break free from others!
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