Miss Maddie, Better words to describe these phases of life, could not have said. Its oh so true... and I'm right there... wannabe me.
well said...it's all so true...in the end i just wannabe me too...thanks for this post...i needed this today!!!
Wonderful words to describe the cycle of life Susan - so very true for us ... I wonder what the equivalent would be for the male of the species! Very special artwork too.Jeanne x
That's one of the benefits of getting older - you can see the bigger picture. I always tell myself that you gain more than you lose!Pomona x
Beautifully said! How true your words are as we go through the stages of life:).Blessings,Kim
This is so true - I wannabe me :-)
Well written! Life changes and we, our goals and wants, change with it. The main thing is to be true to oneself.
So true - each of life's seasons has its challenges and pleasures.thanks for visiting my blog - yes, fall means winter is not far behind here in Canada. Time to soak up all the sunshine we can.
That post touched a nerve - a good one. For so many years I just wanted to be me, but couldn't figure out just how to do that. When we finally settled down at Pondside everything came together - although I'd have to say that age and maturity probably played a huge roll!
Hi Susan...seems like we all wannabe something...what a very inspiring post today!!! And all so very true...I just wannabe me!!! All well down here in the land down under as we gently go into Spring...Dzintra♥x
your words are truth and soul.... would that we could all begin as we mean to go on...without those stigmas and ties to the past that in the long run have absolutely nothing to do with who we are now. I am ME now and like it! xoxoxo N
what a great blog!and your little madelain....such a cutie...I have a little cutie tooplease visit us in my gardenhttp://averyfairygarden.blogspot.com/2009/09/big-happy-feet.html
My wish would be... a healthy me! :-)Thank you so much for commenting/telling me that you see the sides of my new Background, as brown almost with a wine coloured hue. Purrrrrrrrrrfect!And *Little Miss Maddie* is in an Autumn-y setting herself, I see. :-)
What soulful words..so very true!:)Doreen
I second that "Amen"!
So glad you came by for a visit, missed you. So glad I came by for your beautiful words of wisdom, enjoy this beautiful fall weather Pinkie
Absolutely beautiful and true. To think that the answer to happiness was so simple and right within our hearts. It's great to wannabe me!
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