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A Monday postcard

August 2015C 002ab


Life wants you to have gratitude for the gift of living.  Treasure every second.

~ Bryant McGill




Robin is... too many things to list, but here is a start: an artist and writer; a photographer and saunterer; a daughter and sister and granddaughter; a friend, a partner, a wife, a mother, and a grandmother; a gardener, a great and imaginative cook, and the creator of wonderful sandwiches.

21 thoughts on “A Monday postcard

  1. Awesome post, Robin. Love the postcard style. The older I get, the more cognizant of time I am. I still waste time, occasionally, but I know I am choosing to do so. Sometimes I just need to goof off!


    1. Me too, Eliza! Today was kind of a goof off day for me since it is so hot. I needed a goof off day after all the travel we did over the weekend.
      Thank you. 🙂 The postcard style keeps me brief and to the point. I should probably use it more often.

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  2. Love this. We don’t know how much time we have so we truly must enjoy it every day (even if it is just to sit and “waste” it!)


    1. Thank you, Karma. 🙂 And yes, he was. I’m not sure if Frank has covered “time” or not. It might be hard to capture in an image… hmmm…. or not. Just had a few ideas. 😀


    1. Nope. Not bad at all, Dawn. I like it when I lose time. It usually means I’m very much in the present, and not being pushed around by time and schedules. 🙂


  3. I’ve just been on the phone for one and a half hours with my ex-brother in law. My sister divorced him in 1978, but I have never known a time in my life when he wasn’t there, and we always stay in touch. We spoke of our memories of times past, and how we see those remembered days of long ago, now that many years have past and feelings have changed. Time stands still when I speak with my “brother”, his voice hasn’t changed over the years, and over the phone I don’t see his older form, nor he mine, so time becomes irrelevant. And I treasure the time we spend talking together. How appropriate that today’s postcard ponders time. Thank you for your timing in posting this, Robin. ❤


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