Persevering in life — 19 Comments

  1. Fabulous post! I feel like I went on your walk!

    To persevere, I like to get outside, away from people, and enjoy nature. Even here on the crowded east coast, that’s still possible, even in suburbia. You just have to know where to look. And, of course, it’s a whole lot different than the beauty that surrounds you.
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  2. thanks for bringing us some beauty with your words and pictures of an awesome place. Your’e making a wonderful colorful history together. I am emotional attached to many things and have a hard time making room for new things because of getting over crowed. Not just with our stuff but with the stuff of others. This pre spring I decided to go through all my possestions and give away or declutter and throw out or recycle everything around my life here at home. Before long I might have more of my parents stuff also to resend to family and the universe. It made me feel free to do this. It was a weight on me. Each morning I look forward to seeing your trip in the desert home in this moment. This summer we are planning a yard sale to clean out more “STUFF”

  3. Oh my gosh! Look at all those beautiful flowers growing in the desert. I had no idea there were so many different types. Love the yellows and the purples; complimentary colors, don’t you know! Nature is amazing and you always find amazing things. I love the heart-shaped rock. That is a great addition to your yard.
    Happy Tuesday and thanks for sharing all the beauty nature has to offer where you are!
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  4. Oh, please, keep these beautiful photos coming!! Those of us buried in snow enjoy them more than you can imagine. It gives me hope that Spring really will be here eventually and we’ll be enjoying our own sunshine and flowers.

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