Let It Rain

Spring rain, the consensus seems to be, is the refreshment we need as winter’s barren stretch ends. Things continue to be piled up over here, the unpacking process disrupted by company and sleepovers. It is good to be home, and at the same time, I am feeling an inner fragility, overcome by exhaustion and the daunting task before me. Sometimes, we need a little inner rain to clear the clouds.

Thank you all for your beautiful images and words. Here are this week’s participants:

Hackman Family
Willow Poetry
Culture Shocks
Stuff and what if…
one letter UP
Cee’s Photography
Sharing with Others
JP the Wide-eyed Wanderer
Abandoned Amenities
Charmed Chaos

See you tomorrow for a new challenge, a little different again.

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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

5 thoughts on “Let It Rain

  1. V.J., I can so appreciate the inner fragility you mention…for me, it’s a chronic condition, an ever-present reminder of “human frailty” (and my need to stay humble) ❤

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