Monday, July 9, 2012

Water

Thanks everyone for your wonderful comments on my previous post. The last couple of weeks have been busy with adjustments, questions, and hope, along with once again the famous question, where is the time going?

I have been spending time on the lake lately, it could be the Pisces in me that draws me to a small or large bay of water. There is something calming and cleansing about the water. The way it catches every reflection nearby is memorizing, leaving me with a sense of peace.   Does water do this to you?



We had such a heat wave the last couple of weeks, my poor little garden is so dry and brittle. We are on a water restriction, so no more watering the flowers and plants. The good thing is even the weeds have slowed down.

I know I have been gone for the last couple of weeks from here, but decided to take a bit more time off, but I promise to be back soon.  I have been and will continue to pop in on Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and will continue to stop in and visit your blogs. 

Many blessings and golden moments my friends!

xo
Joyce


All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on.
~Havelock Ellis~

31 comments:

S. Etole said...

Enjoy your time away. The water looks so peaceful.

jane said...

it looks so peaceful...
sending you warm hugs joyce.
jane

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

Who doesn't love water...I ask??

Glad you are downshifting...and relaxing a bit..

Formerly known as Frau said...

The water is calming....I wish the rains would come and bring the water to the much needed lawns and plants and the forest fires burning still....Enjoy the peace and relax some. xo

Beth said...

Water has been a foundation for me all my life. The one constant in my life as a preacher's kid was Methodist Conference at Lakeside, Ohio on Lake Erie. Lake Erie is my favorite body of water, but any lake will do as far as comforting me and giving me a sense of balance.
The ocean simply awes me and helps me put my life in perspective.
Now when I need some balance I head to Seneca Lake and find a quiet spot to just sit and stare at the water and just let it calm me.
So, yes, I know what you mean.
Take your time and do what you need to do. We'll all be here for you when you return. Thanks for updating us. :>)

Dana said...

I am a water sign too - Cancer ...and yes, water does the same for me. I love it! It is very peaceful and cleansing.

Enjoy your time.~~

xo

Francesca said...

Yes it does!
I'm sorry about your garden - we use an ancient water tank that collects from rain and a little spring, and it hardly ever runs dry in the summer.
Enjoy your blog break, Joyce!

Karena said...

Joyce you are a good friend in this time of need. I too find the water very soothing...

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

Deidra said...

Water is directly linked to most of my best ideas - the ocean, the lake, the shower. Even washing dishes. It's a beautiful thing.

Dry here, too. I keep looking up, hoping for rain.

Ina in Alaska said...

I love and am most at peace when near the Atlantic Ocean- never ever get tired of watching the waves...enjoy your blog break dear friend xo

likeschocolate said...

Sounds like a perfect way to spend summer! Summer is going by way to fast this year!

pve design said...

Joyce-
The water does that to me too. It has such a calming way. We went kayaking on Sunday with a nice cloud cover. We giggled and paddled. It was lots of fun.
pve

jgy said...

Time on the lake sounds perfect.

Enjoy!

Ivy Lane said...

Enjoy your break...rejuve..... hope you have a wonderful rest of the summer!

Joanna Jenkins said...

Good to hear from you. The water is so inviting.
RELAX and ENJOY.
xo jj

Leslie said...

thank you for stopping by and taking the time to leave your kind words over at my place. hoping you are being restored, yourself, after a time of grieving. (my husband is improving, and i am resting and trying to get some strength back. we have so appreciated the thoughts and prayers of so many.)

Don said...

Very nostalgic photo.

Cobalt Violet said...

how do I find your instagram? :)
mine is under cobaltviolet or Lucinda Keller

T.S. Ötli said...

Beautiful... Water is like love, it takes everything!

Cate said...

Hi, Joyce. Just sending love; that's all.

Öö tli said...

I hope you summer is beautiful ;)

A new address to visit me : http://monddo.blogspot.com

Read you soon?

Theresa said...

Hi Joyce,
I am sorry I have not had time to follow your blog. Also very sorry about your loss.
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kari said...

take care Joyce.
sending hugs from Kazakhstan.

Cobalt Violet said...

Yes ... the sound of the ocean ... the peace of a lake ... the trickling of a brook. Love it all. Hmm... maybe i need to go find some water today!

ibb said...

Are you ok? We miss your words!

:) said...

Have a nice time... I'll be patient ;)

Elisa {With Grace and Eve} said...

Oh yes water does this to me too. fresh, calming and vital. Xx

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

i missed your previous post and read here now that sorrow makes way for a renewal of everything we see and do in life.
the irony of life.
i hope you are all well, and that your friends find some kind of new peace too.
n♥

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