Over the weekend our exploring took us to a sailing club on the North West coast where the River Alt greets the Irish Sea. We sat on a bench watching nature, listening to the ‘pip’ of the Sandpipers and the cries of the gulls as the wind blew in fresh peace. Memories of my childhood holidays in Blakeney, Norfolk floated up and Georgie talked about his special lifelong friend who sails from this club. Loving memories shared with a deep gratitude for this time we have together in the here and now.

Balance felt as I gift myself time to sit and create with space for ideas to flow.

A friend and I nattering on the phone. Agreeing that it is much nicer than a text, as we can ‘hear’ each other, along with our shared laughter.

Starting a Facebook group to share my creativity and each message coming in is flowing with hearts, kisses and support. Discovering some little heart tags, covered with tiny rosebuds, that I can use to send my creations out into the world.

Sitting here sharing my written thoughts with a gifted mini minature rose beside me, in a dragonfly mug Georgie and I found. Memories for him as he fished on a beautiful Irish river bank and watched nature’s wondorous display. Memories for us as we sat in stillness and watched the dragonflies over the water lilies in Ness Gardens. The electric blue dragonflies fly in pairs.

Each uplifting moment is created from the infinite source of love.



25 Responses to “Love…..”

  1. 1 Aquileana September 23, 2017 at 3:06 pm

    Beautifully penned… “Love” the ending lines… An inspirational post, dear Jane. Hugs 😀

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  2. 3 frederick anderson September 18, 2017 at 8:43 am

    Such a gift is reminiscence! And you used to holiday in Blakeney in your childohood – no wonder you feel such an affinity for those open beaches and marshes with their giant skies. Peace emanates from your writing, and it instils peace in me as I read. Hugs, Jane; lovel stuff!

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  3. 5 grandfathersky September 15, 2017 at 11:12 am

    Right now, sitting so far from the sea, near Phoenix, AZ getting ready for the flight home. I love the Desert, but miss the salt air too… I think I just love this earth! Often feel caught in between the embrace of nature, and the pull of human “progress”. Thanks for reminding us of the serenity found in the arms of nature! All the best ❤️ Peter

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  4. 7 Clare Pooley September 14, 2017 at 2:57 pm

    Such a beautiful, calm post! It has made me yearn for a day on the coast. Blakeney here I come! Love and hugs ❤ xx ❤ to you dear Jane 🙂

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  5. 10 dgkaye September 14, 2017 at 2:48 am

    So beautiful Jane, thanks for taking us into your beautiful moments. And I’m so with you on speaking and not texting. ❤ xoxo

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  6. 14 ianscyberspace September 13, 2017 at 12:14 am

    I think texting is so impersonal and agree telephone conversations are next best to face to face contact.

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  7. 16 jstansfeld September 12, 2017 at 6:50 pm

    Ditto to your other commentators!
    Love flows like the tide and water even if one cannot bottle it – only share it in posts like this one.

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  8. 18 Francina September 12, 2017 at 4:25 pm

    Very lovely post, Jane. I love the pictures too. Enjoy your time making memories.
    love and hugs across the creek .

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  9. 20 Al September 12, 2017 at 2:56 pm

    Love the pics. I’ve never seen the west coast of England. Quite interesting!

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  10. 22 stevetanham September 12, 2017 at 1:15 pm

    Simple and meaningful pleasures. Easily take. For granted, till they’re gone…

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  11. 24 smzang September 12, 2017 at 10:29 am

    The serenity found in “Love” washes over this reader. What a beautiful way to start the day. Thanks, Jane.


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