I’d like to thank you for being so sweet to my little buddy, Em, yesterday.
He’s still basking in the glory.
Keeps telling me he’s a STAR.
He certainly is extra-special to me. And so I appreciate all the lovin’ you gave him. It’s wonderful to see him happy.
I also appreciated all your hugs and sympathy re my computer woes. You were great and knowing you were there, rooting me on, made the situation much easier to handle.
So, thank you!
You really warmed my heart.
Speaking of which, I’m sharing some neat ‘heart’ photos today. Little things seen or discovered on my daily cycle rounds and beach walks.
They prove that nature really is wonderful.
I pass the above trees every evening when I walk Em down to the harbor.
Is it me (hey, you know I see whimsy everywhere) or can you also see a heart in the way they’ve grown together?
Lovely, aren’t they?
Perhaps two star-crossed lovers, kept apart in life and now united as trees. Entwined forever. (I like that idea)
And here’s a piece of heart-shaped coral I found on the beach the other day..
Isn’t he neat?
Here’s a closer look..
Pretty special, what?
Well, he is to me, anyway.
The little coral heart came home with me, of course. He now has pride of place on my desk, right in front of George (my keyboard), so I can see him all the time.
He makes me smile.
And he reminds me always that even when things get tough (dead computers, snakes in the garden, ants invading the kitchen.. don’t ask about that one!) there are friends wishing me well.
That means a lot, Tarts.
So today’s post is just to let you know that I love you, too.
Bunches and bunches!
I’m working today. It’s major catch-up time around here. But I’ll look in late tonight, after I finish my work.
Till then, have a great Sunday. And enjoy the tea room.
If you’re wondering, yes, I collect heart-shaped stones and coral, or whatever. Have you ever found a heart-shaped stone? Seen heart-shaped trees as the two above?
Isn’t nature amazing?