6 thoughts on “Re-calibrating”

  1. I’m with you. What’s killing me, too, is my worry mind and the fact that my little kit-kat is very sick. I’m paralyzed.

    Your photos of the beauty that abounds, however, are glimmers and reminders to get to the moment and be there.

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    1. I’m so sorry to hear Snow is so sick. Is there medicine for it? I wish I had more to offer, but I’ll keep taking photos, and writing. xo, g


  2. This post almost “killed me with delight”. I loved the portrait of you and the idea of considering these daily delights that sprinkle through the ongoing disasters weather they be forced is if nature and the disintegration of kindness. Still with all the nastiness and destruction there is always so much kindness. The worst brings out the best in us. I hope that can be said for Trump too. I see people finding their voice and power but still way too many who have not. Rambling here but I do find those daily delights from nature on sidewalks to a pinecone that I was curious to see what was inside of it. When Alex cut it open it “killed me with delight”. I love considering all of this. Great subject. I love you.

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    1. Oh yes, I DO love your photography… the lake, the nature meets pavement, the cut open pinecone was awesome! I thank you for helping me along this reflection to finding some meaning and the motivation to write it. I love you!! xo, g


  3. Beautiful Gayle. Thank you for your writing, your photographs, your passion, your vulnerability, your outlook. There is so much in your sharing. Xoxo

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