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Sunday, November 17, 2019

Leaving

Today we are taking a walk and leaving the world's woes behind.   













We are "Looking up" - enjoying the beauty of  a November day.















Drinking in nature's loveliness...

Not getting entangled with life's brambles...



walking away...










and remembering to smile.   It always makes things better.












 
Hope all of you are doing the same.  Thanks for taking time to visit.

Hugs

Debbie

"He restores my soul." Psalm 23:3 (NIV)
 


24 comments:

  1. Walking is so good for the soul. You have a beautiful companion for your time out too. Hugs xx

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  2. Seeing your shepards is wonderful any time of year.
    Have a good week!

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  3. A big hug to you and your sweet pup. What a lovely day!

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  4. "He restores my soul."

    LOVE that line!

    Cute puppy. 🙂

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  5. Beautiful photos, Debbie, and beautiful thoughts!

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  6. oh this is poetic and absolutely beautiful post dear Debbie !!!!

    your lovely description goes so well with your gorgeous images :)
    thank you for taking along ,i enjoyed the walk sooo much my dear friend!

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  7. Yes, we have to get out and walk daily. The only way to face the day. Enjoy your walk.

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  8. I love that innocent look of your dog. He seems so satisfied with his life. He must be, I thought, with you around. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. Yes, He restores our soul.

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  9. Lovely thoughts to be 'here -now' ... have a great week, Deb!

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  10. Your walk is so peaceful and beautiful, Debbie. And you have a faithful companion there with you by your side. Yes, sometimes we just have to walk away from the chaos in the world and appreciate nature. Thanks for the gentle reminder. : )

    ~Sheri

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  11. Luna and I took a very pretty walk this morning, too. It's finally NOT 85 degrees, at least for a few days.

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  12. I totally LOVE seeing your dogs. Both of them are so beautiful. The trees are lovely but the dogs are AWESOME!

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  13. What a beautiful place to walk, Debbie. I can imagine the serenity you see and feel when you step outside. Glad your two walking companions enjoy it, too!

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  14. A walk in the nature with your loved ones can surely make wonders :-)

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  15. Yes, a smile always makes things better:) Lovely, lovely post, Debbie!

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  16. Nice autumnal photos, it is the painters' station, which makes such a beautiful picture of the dog.
    Happy week.
    Regards.

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  17. Walking away...but walking TO what is perhaps more important in life...love your imagery/metaphors here, Debbie. Again, thank you for bringing us some harmony...
    Re. my post: Yes, I loved that Newhart show set in Vermont! Also, strongly influenced by Pollyanna and The Music Man in childhood...It was my dream, small town life...Thank you for noticing...

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  18. It's finally getting cool down here. I love autumn. Puts me in a good mood every time.

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  19. Everything is better when you are a dog with no responsibility.

    New follower.

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  20. Such a lovely place to walk Debbie, and thank you for reminding me that I need to get out there and walk myself! After the icy days I didn't venture far, now it is milder I will go out for a walk! Thank you for sharing your photos.

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  21. Yes, I think we should all smile more and lose our troubles in Nature's beauty.

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  22. Beautiful photos Debbie. I still can't believe its November!! Actually, pretty close to December....Yay.. Spring is coming. LOL
    I hope you enjoyed your walk with that beautiful dog of yours!!!

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  23. Preciosa naturaleza. La vida con una sonrisa se lleva mejor.
    Buen fin de semana.
    Un abrazo.

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  24. What an excellent way to leave those woes behind, whether personal or more world wide, they do weigh on a person's heart. Nature and all that is beautiful in it is so healing for one's mind and soul.

    I'm just reading a lovely book by someone who lives in England. Not very far into it the book as yet but I recommend it already. The Wild Remedy, How Nature Mends Us, A Diary by Emma Mitchell. Just published this year. The author deals with depression and she finds going out into nature, into places where there are trees and flowers and critters are so helpful in keeping the darkness at bay.

    Although I don't deal with that kind of thing, I do find it a joy of being out in God's beautiful nature.

    Wishing you a beautiful week ahead. Happy Thanksgiving to you.
    Brenda xox

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