In the course of our lives we hit some bumps in the road. Sometimes these are small ones and sometimes they are big.
We all find our ways of handling them, and no one way is best. It's how we choose to deal with them that is best.
I would like to share my way of smoothing out one of lifes big bumps.
Jeanette and I visited a few of Connecticuts wonderful woodlands and streams. The forest is so full of life now, everything from flowers to deer to toads to chipmonks. While walking and listening the rushing waters as they crash over the boulders your mind becomes clear and free from the recycle bin which holds most everything.
As the day ended I still had the memory of this beautiful peaceful place.
Mountain Laurel as it blooms is here for but a short time. Our eyes take in its beauty and place it where it can be retrieved when needed.
Wild free flowing streams keep crashing over boulders and bumps as they have over thousands of years. There life is endless, unlike others.
A nice way to get through one of those bumps.ReplyDelete
A beautiful and fitting farewell.ReplyDelete
I can see how an area like that will clear your mind and get you through a ruff stretch.ReplyDelete
Beautiful...and nothing else need be said.ReplyDelete
Some good life lessons can be taken from those words , we should all be so lucky to get such a fitting farewell from a friend.ReplyDelete
Fare thee well.....beautiful.ReplyDelete
Sorry for your loss Alan.ReplyDelete
I hope that this spot will always bring fond memories of Bob for you.
I want to thank all of you who have read this, and for your wonderful comments.ReplyDelete
Sorry for your loss my friend.ReplyDelete
Nature is a healer.
A touching and fitting tribute. Spring will always come around again...ReplyDelete