10 thoughts on “Once again, Wordless

  1. I get it! I’m going to do a Wednesday post again this too because it works for me, but I don’t want to confine myself to wordless cause sometimes I just want to talk. I have a theme for in mind and am planning to post next week.

    Our beloved Honey aka Diva Dog passed away in the wee hours of the morning on the 31st, and I’m a bit muddled and weepy. Posting, concentrating on processing images seems like too much work at the moment. I have been out birding and so very thankful for the distraction. I hope by next week I’m feeling more like myself and can start a new year of posting.

    She’s( your image) is a contradiction to me. So bold and in your face with the rose corsage on her chest, and flowers in her hair and bright red lipstick, but her eyes, and the turn of her lips…those say she’s sad and there’s a life and struggle there and a story she longs to tell to me. Her eyes are sad and there is the story I want to hear. You captured that perfectly in this image pour moi, en mon avis.

    1. So sorry to hear the sad news about your beloved dog, Honey. It’s so painful to lose our faithful, loving companions. Birding sounds like a good way to ease your grief, if only for those moments when out in nature. Big hugs.

      Yes, despite the fanciful corsage and hair piece, the dressy top, the bold red lipstick, and rosy cheeks, those eyes look so sad. She looks at a loss for words, just how I’ve felt lately. Sometimes, we need to retreat and take a break in order to reassess our goals and find our right path. It’s easy to wander off course and get lost. I’m also starting to feel more like myself again and look forward to a new year of posting.

      Cheers to a fabulous 2019.


  2. What a wonderful goal…after losing my father this past autumn and dancing with grief over the ensuing weeks, it feels so good to put pen to paper once again! Thank you so much for your new year wishes, here’s to a brand new word-filled year! Cheers!

    1. Thanks, Manja. I want to track down the name of the artist and give him/her credit for this lovely piece. Another New Year’s resolution for me is to pay attention to these types of details in the course of my travels. I tend to quickly snap photos and move on. 🙂

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