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Thursday, March 24, 2016

PASSING THROUGH DOORWAYS



Doorways can be a metaphor for many of our actions that we take. Be it a doorway to a new career, marriage, a change in philosophy, and more. I imagine you have opened many doorways in your life both good and not so good. Doorways teach us so much of life.

I have been absent from my blog for a month or so simply because I have been looking at some changes that I want to make. Experience has taught me in my long life to go slowly -- so that is what I have been doing.

Blogging for me will be rather spontaneous over the next few months. On occasion I will be stopping by and reading your wonderful posts and of course enjoying each and everyone of them. 

I look at this as my migration time. Like the Canadian Geese in my header -- seeking the familiar yet finding something new. 

Will be back in due time.  



10 comments:

  1. Always good to hear from you, Barbara. May you find all that you are looking for.

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  2. Hope you keep your readers up to date on your new adventures.

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  3. Be well in your journey, wherever it takes you.

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  4. Dear Barbara, Doorways, and doors opening, I have been thinking about them a lot lately. You new time sounds exciting...One does not always instantly know that a doorway is there, waiting...I agree that time is needed...some changes come in their own time...at their own pace, but I have to have the doors in my mind and spirit open...Thanks for stopping by Sketchbook Wandering. I benefitted greatly from my time way, and now it feels natural again to be back. Warm wishes, Rita, on the opposite coast...

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  5. I somehow missed this when it was posted. Glad to hear from you when you do post...and as always, I appreciate your photos. Keep the camera with you as you travel into your next adventure. I am looking forward to your sharing it with us here. My wishes are that you continue listening to your heart and soul...and find whatever you seek.

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  6. Wherever you go, whatever you do, I wish you all the best.

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  7. That's a grand and dignified doorway. Many of our doorways are more mundane and sometimes we don't recognize they for what they are, entries into a different attitude or different period of life. Like those geese in your header, we have to move from place to place as we live our lives whether it's a physical place or a mental one. This very simple post brought a lot of thoughts. Meanwhile I hope the doorways you are looking for open to increasing satisfaction. When you're away I miss your fine photography and thoughtful posts. But you have a sense of your own rhythm and the readers have been enriched by your blog. Thank you and a beautiful spring.

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  8. Good luck and sweet landings wherever you fly...:)

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  9. You put my thoughts into words - I feel much the same. Take care and have a nice time!

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  10. I love to look at doors and doorways. When we were in Italy, my husband took photos of the lovely doors. We framed them and have a wall of beautiful doorways.

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