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Sunday, July 5, 2009

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17 comments:

RBroeker said...

Good picture and fine words for something which was in my mind, too. But you put into a verse. Thanks!

Best wishes
Ralf

Brian Miller said...

like this one. makes me smile. searching for connection...

gautami tripathy said...

I thought of 'rooted."

*grin*

Devika said...

This reminds of my school/college days...we had a tank in the terrace and i would make it the most natural with bed of sand, gravel and small rocks..then water hyacinth, lillies, fishes et al...and during the night I would take my books and sit with my legs immersed in it...read, long into the night under a starry moonlit night :)

Immersing legs in water is a way to keep sleep off! :)

but here you talk of deep connection...if it tickles, will the connection work ;-))

I loved this, Lorraine...

but then I'm made to think of the contrast..establishing a connection with earth in flowing water can be really testing/interesting as you see it...I enjoy it when i walk through streams, and in the low-flowing river :)

wishes,
devika

Michael Rawluk said...

Beautifully put.
I need to walk in the water. I haven't for a long time.

Ken said...

Nice image and words. I know I always say that.. its true!

valbrussell said...

Clean and crystal clear, both the words and the photo. :)

Timoteo said...

How high's the water? Oh, about a foot.

Lorraine said...

Thanks very much Ralf, I hope your connection tickels too ;)

Hey Brian, some are always more fun than others, I like the connection of feet to water, sand, earth, grass ;)

LOL Gautami, works form me ;)

Wow I like that Dev, there's nothing more comforting than foot on earth or water lol :)

Go Michael, find 5 minutes somewhere, anywhere, take off your sneakers, socks and dig in, even if it's just a small stream, it'll do wonders for you ;)

It's good enough for me Ken :)

Thanks very much Val

LOL Timoteo,you made me chuckle again lol

namaki said...

et l'eau est un excellent conducteur pour cette connection ;-)

Siam said...

Le pieds en éventail qui donne une relaxation pour nos petits pieds.

standley said...

Marcher dans l'eau, quel bonheur! Je le fais dès que j'en ai l'occasion. La plante des pieds est tellement sensible.

Lorraine said...

N'est ce pas? Namaki j'adore la sensation, 'y a rien de pareil. Merci ma chère N.

Oui Allan et ça fait du bien, merci beaucoup:)

Si vrai, profites-en bientôt cher Richard, ça vaut la peine!

T.Migratorius said...

I love the lightheartedness of the last line, a nice balance for the first two. Thanks Lorraine, great picture and verse.

Lorraine said...

Thank you sweetie, for the perfect compliment ;)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

:)

Lorraine said...

:)