24 thoughts on “Solitude”

    1. The old split rail fence. Itโ€™s pretty. Fired up the stove for the first time today. Nothing quite like wood heat. Peaceful. Things are so crazy here in America right now with the election shenanigansโ€”itโ€™s nice to step away and yes enjoy the solitude. โ€˜Theyโ€™ will work it out…๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ–๐Ÿ˜ป

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      1. I agree, I love wood heat, it is so peaceful and gives such a cozy feel to a place. Yep, I love split rail fences too, don’t see them around here. I can just see Muffin and Mr. Cat side by side looking around!๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿ–๐Ÿ˜ป

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    1. Window seat nooks are the best. Iโ€™m sitting here right now as I type. And yes, the blanket and striped pillow are my crochet. The green knit cushions are beautifully hand made from Nepal.
      A place to read, write, hook and dream…and a little snack sounds good right about now too! โ˜•๏ธ๐Ÿช๐Ÿ˜Š

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      1. Your work is lovely and so is the cushions from Nepal! Sounds like a great place to dream, be inspired and to create! Of course, a little snack never heard anyone! ๐Ÿ˜‚

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    1. Oh wow! Outosego I love love love it!!!!! Actually kind shocked in a good way to see it in this formโ€”looks really professional. Thatโ€™s me in the picture…giggle.

      Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your kindness and encouragement and support…thank you for believing in me and these writings.

      Iโ€™ve never cared for fame or anything like that…I just want to leave behind something that may inspire someone…one day maybe when Iโ€™m dead and gone from here.

      But until then, I have so much I still need to write! And now Iโ€™m learning a bit of Greek you know. Haha! Google translator is my teacher! I am fascinated with the words Eunoia, Eunomia, Euthymia, Eutopia…metanoia. There is so much to learn.

      Iโ€™m going to look more at Flipboard now youโ€™ve inspired me, dear.
      Again thank you from one blogger to another for the kindness. I am deeply humbled and touched.
      ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ’“

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  1. C’ est un plaisir, NZain. You’re welcome, dear. Yes, it looks and it is professional. With a few ups and downs like all the the platforms, of course. Extremely useful tool, though. I’ll share your posts through flipboard. I can share you as a whole (the whole magazine with all the articles included) or by post.

    Which means that the visitor will find you through flipboard, and will be directed to your site. And many more, of course. Keep writing, dear. You have very interesting things to share with the rest of us.

    I like your greek words… xaxa!

    Take care, NZain. I’m happy you’re happy with this.

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    1. You are happy I am happy!
      Maybe you can help me with Greek? Is my logic correct? It seems so simple to meโ€”and complex…poetically speaking of course.

      Paranoia+Metanoia=Eunioa. What would you say?

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      1. This question of yours is interesting. Actually, we can discuss all day on the topic “Simple but Complicated ?”.

        Many things can be simple and complicated at the same time.

        A second question arises, though. How complicated can we make different kind of things, despite the fact they are simple ?

        Partially, we are or we become the real problem, sometimes.

        To be honest i can’t answer your question within a few sentences. I need to write a post… lol…

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