Unwrapping a Morning

Tuesday, December 1, 2009


Noticing today.

Revisiting winter beauty in sleeping crepe myrtle. Oh, I love that stuff.

Figuring out that my lack of inspiration for a photo montage means that I need to go find these pictures of grace - fresh, new - soon.

Grateful for sleep last night, for feeling better today, for answered prayers (thank you for praying, friends), for sunlight in my eyes as I type.

Having breath, feeling baby movement and strengthening womb, drawing anatomy of my face with cold little girl fingers trying to figure me out - "lips, sad?, zit?, eyes..."

Replaying unexpected before-sleep conversation, stolen midnight moments.

Beauty in crazy, new supposed-to-be-un-pressured moments broken by toddler interruptions - for hug... after hug... after hug this morning.

Almost wishing to rewrap this Piper-gift that is so much chaos in my world sometimes.

Planning to bake cookies with her. Germs and all. Promise not to send them to anyone.

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Shared today with Chatting at the Sky for Tuesdays Unwrapped.

Original, unprompted material to come at some point soon. I'm disenchanted with my own writing at the moment. And disenchanted with Blogger, which spontaneously ambushed all the permalinks in my archives. Anybody have any suggestions?






(Image © Informal Moments Photography)

12 comments:

Get Real Girl said...

What a beautiful, simple photograph. Even in the cold, dreary days we can find beauty if we look for it. Thanks for this post and picture.

Playing Sublimely said...

enjoyed reading..thank you

Southern Gal said...

This is beautiful!

Kamana said...

beautiful words to go with an equally beautiful image

S. Etole said...

you share such beauty both in word and picture ...

Maureen said...

Image and words always delight for the unexpected gifts they are.

Glad you are feeling better.

Lyla Lindquist said...

Should you uncover the answer to these periods of disenchantment with one's writing, do tell. Feel lately as though I tumbled to the bottom of a dry cistern.

Grateful with you for feeling better as the day approaches.

Danielle said...

"Almost wishing to rewrap this Piper-gift that is so much chaos in my world sometimes."

I understand that sentiment, as it too could pertain to my boys!

A Little Of This And That said...

Lovely post.

Corinne said...

Gorgeous...
enjoy the baking :)

nAncY said...

i like this post, little noticed stuff and feelings. easy to relate to.

good sleep is soooo wonderful!

those images are going to find you i think. they are gonna jump right out and shout howdy.

Melissa Stover said...

love that photo

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