More trees. I love them, and I love yours. Rooted in the ground, a part of Mother Earth, a part of all of us. Great artwork as well. Makes the idea of a family tree come alive. Hope all is good with you.Didn't see your blog listed at Rebecca's Haiku My Heart. Hope you plan on entering your blog there, this is worthy of sharing with others. Thanks.Peace
That was a beautiful haiku! I tried to do the meditation at the page you told me about, but it was for US only. Are you still meditating daily? Be blessed!
That is so sweet! Thank you so much! I am off to find your other site!Hugs and kisses!
Grammy, what a family tree this..hope to see it bearing many a fruit.. God bless!!
Hi grammy...The best family trees are rooted in love.xx
Ok - now I'm curious about the meditation page. . . but yes, the gift of family is amazing.
lovely. and so heartfelt
I am enjoying all the Earth Day Haiku...happy happy!
That is so amazing! You are very talented.Happy Earth Day!
So it's important to nurture our roots in order to maintain our love throughout the challenges of the seasons... Well said, Grammy! And the painting couldn't be more charming! Toenails on the root-feet! A frog couple establishing their love, too. And a powerful, expressionistic landscape. Love
My first visit here...won't be my last, for sure. I like what you wrote in your profile...I happen to share what you enjoy too.This post on family and roots is just lovely.Rosie
through love all things are possible.may your heart be filled with all the light you give so kindly to others.
I love this post. It’s one of my favourites from you. The image is delightful and your haiku is simple yet profound. Thanks for this.All the best, Boonie
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