Saturday Morning

If you will grant me one vivid morning, I can chain it to me for fifty years.

— William Stafford, from Sound of the Ax: Aphorisms and Poems


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  1. nothing like a good memory…

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  2. stellar start have a beautiful day David ☺️👌💫smiles hedy

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  3. These trees, like sentinels along the shoreline. There is just something about their stark outlines against that gorgeous sky that pierced my soul, pal. Beautiful!

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  4. Looks like you’re seeing the brightness coming… Being in the moment versus chaining any to me? Remember that we go with you fully and with great care when you’re going through the other stuff!

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  5. I’d hope that it would help knowing that you aren’t as alone as it feels sometimes.

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  6. Michael Zahaby says:

    Aahh! That’s what I miss about living in the Northeast and Midatlantic

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  7. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Totally agree!! … “If you will grant me one vivid morning, I can chain it to me for fifty years.” — William Stafford, from Sound of the Ax: Aphorisms and Poems.

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  8. oh, yes.

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  9. Beautiful photos, especially the last one with the trees.

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  10. I noticed a pattern…starting with Wednesday: two camels , then two babies (Twins!!!) Two wobbly legs and today two trees next to each other…

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  11. I think it means you will write two bestsellers…and maybe it means that Eric will be getting married just after Rachel gets married and maybe Susan will make two wonderful desserts and you will have a taste of both!

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  12. gorgeous shots. especially love the first one.

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  13. This is magic and Stafford’s quote elevated your offering to a state of ART.

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