In happier days, when two heads turned into one shadow,
now, life has become a little restricted, with himself in a
nursing home and myself subject to various medical procedures.
Life goes on however, and the Great Ocean Road still
beckons and maybe, just maybe, one day I will drive along
it a again to enjoy it's incredible scenery.
Happy 3rd Advent Sunday everyone!
Beautiful shot, beautiful words. May you happy memories sustain you, always.ReplyDelete
Life goes onward towards dividing paths yet joins again in the end time. I pray you get to the sea again. Hugs.ReplyDelete
Oh how life changes.I trust that you will still find beauty all around you.ReplyDelete
A lovely sense of united spirits in this photo! A beautiful post!ReplyDelete
A beautiful view from there, hope you get so spend some time walking the shore in the sunshine over the holiday season.ReplyDelete
This is sweet!ReplyDelete
Have a blessed Sunday!
I do hope that you are able to answer the siren call of the Great Ocean Road again. With all of my heart.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous shadow ... perfect!ReplyDelete
It brings me right to the sea. I smell the salt. Keep on.ReplyDelete
This is such a sweet shadow ! and a beautiful perspective !ReplyDelete
Great photo, lovely colours!ReplyDelete
Good luck with your wish to walk that road again.ReplyDelete
"When two hearts turn to one shadow," a happier time for you ...if only we could freeze these moments in time. I am saddened to hear of this news and I pray that Nature will give you comfort to get through what journey is ahead. I wish you strength and peace and treasured memories in the coming year.ReplyDelete
On this end I am dealing with my treasured feline NOT doing well. Vet tells me the end is near and so I prepare myself and I too wish that I could freeze this time forever.
I hold you in my prayers dear friend from afar. love and light Anna
A funny sweet shadow Arija.ReplyDelete
I'm sorry that life is more restricted for you now, but if restricted means more manageable in small increments, then that has a positive side, as does your wish to do the Great Ocean Road trip again - it's a lovely trip when taken at your own pace.
Hope your weekend was good.
Thanks for your thoughtful good wishes recently. I felt you thinking of us, willing the best.
Oh..this is so bittersweet... I hope you can get out and enjoy as you are able as it is your summer....hugs..MichelleReplyDelete
i am sorry that life has brought change that might not feel good. sad. i suppose we must bring out best spirit to each moment of our life.ReplyDelete
such a lovely photo, two becoming one shadow at the lovely ocean side.
Lovely photo and words. Life is always changing, not always in ways we choose. Look back with joy at your beautiful memories and look forward with courage to meet the challenges ahead. I wish you a Happy Christmas and New Year.ReplyDelete
Oh Arija -- your courage is a good example for all of us. May past joys sustain you.ReplyDelete
Your photo looks like it's a long way down to the sea.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, Arija. I hope past memories help you through this season.
Delightful image of the two of you together. Hope you are driving along the ocean road soon!ReplyDelete
I guess I don't have any words of wisdom to compare with all your other bloggers.What wonderful caring friends you have. I do think about you often, and send lots of prayers. Do take care, and write when you can.ReplyDelete