Friday, September 3, 2010

Food for Thought Friday

-At what point do we stop running out in our slippers because we just can’t wait to take in the day? 

When do we stop gazing up at a big tree’s waving branches?

At what age do bubbles stop being magical?

Why do we sometimes forget the importance of the human touch?
Treasure each moment. I

Yanet  IIIII

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8 Sunny Notes:

Zoe said...

Beautiful post! For me though, bubbles are still magical!
I just posted the breakfast rice recipe if you want to check it out.

ABBYTRU said...

Beautiful and caring photos mamma an little son.

Cute Wiggles slippers of SKB # 3
To me bubbles are magic at all ages, although you have 69 years old like me. For the little ones are more than something they do not understand where that bubbles comes from, and they do not care, but love to see and play with them.
"stop gazing up at a big tree’s waving branches? never, always it is so beautiful to watch the nature.
Yes, sometimes in this stressful life we forget the great importance of the human touch, and NEVER, we should not to forget it.

Suzanne@Meridian Road said...

I think this is my all time favorite post from you!

Candra Georgi said...

those spongebob shoes are cracking me up---ha ha

Amy Jo said...

It's so true! I love your last picture. My kids know one of our family rules is to snuggle mommy every day. I need that quiet interaction with them.

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

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Teachinfourth said...

The lost secrets and fascinations of childhood…I hope I never lose a few of them.

Your photos are wonderful.

Pamela said...

Beautiful post!