Silent Sunday April 2, 2017 Related 17 responses to “Silent Sunday” So peaceful! Makes me want to pull up a lawn chair with some embroidery and smell the grass! Maybe some ducks will swim by!!! This picture made me smile! This picture is soooo perfect for the guided imagery I am trying to use during chemo. Thank you. You are in my thoughts and prayers!!! Remembering you here too…..blessings… I’m a retired hospice nurse and I used guided imagery a lot. Stick with it and may God bless and heal you. Puts me in mind of open air French painters…such beautiful light and scenery. The word that comes to mind is, “Serenity”. Shelor, it must be specially for you. Bless you. What a treat for our eyes up here in the north. We still have at least 1 1/2 ft of snow on our front lawn. Makes me think that spring may actually be coming. Bev Ottawa ON I have a dear friend in Hawkesbury, so I know what you’re saying Bev. You folks have certainly been pounded this winter. We were on the west coast as well, but it’s finally relenting to rain … that we’re used to. There is a promise of spring … the cherry and plum trees are in bloom everywhere here, and the daffodils are up up up! Keep the faith. Resembles Callaway Gardens in the spring. ☺ YES !! Love this peaceful scene. So relaxing! I looked at the Color Route from 2013…It wanted my password so I declined to Follow. Her photographs are so wonderful.. Is it a sister, daughter, aunt, cousin or maybe an alter ego of Lori ?? Whoever… photos are the best. ha I see now at bottom of page… daughter! Be proud, Lori-Mom… Beautiful & Peaceful… gorgeous! 🙂 Comments are closed.