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Thursday, 17 June 2010


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so poignant


Really, really good post.

lin thomas

Very touching Alexa
“take time to enjoy the simple things in life” has always been one of my favourite quotes and as I get older I am beginning to understand why. I cherish the fact that my parents had many moments like those above in your photo and with Dad gone and Mum about to go into a home (she has Alzheimer’s) I’m so very glad they had time to sit and stare at the beauty all around us.
I’ve never hear of wabi-sabi but I am going to find out what it is!

Karen Cass

mmmmm. thought provoking.


Really fab Alexa, Ullswater is one of my favourite places :)

Jacky S

A thought provoking post,Alexa....and a beautiful layout....one I'm sure you'll cherish.

Kirsty Neale

Alexa, this is just gorgeous - the idea of wabi-sabi, your description and the beautiful layout. Am so glad to have found your wonderful blog (thanks to yr very kind comments on my Copy+Post mini-series earlier in the week!).


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