a garden moment

Thursday, April 1, 2010

(me, smiling back at all of you)
(photo taken this morning at Chanticleer, by my friend Magda)

12 comments:

Hull.Margaret said...

Beautiful smile
:) back to you.
Penny

Lorie Ann Grover said...

So lovely, Beth. Thanks to your friend for capturing your spirit!

septembermom said...

What a lovely smile :)

All smiles to you too Beth!

Inkgirl said...

smiling back as well. You look lovely.

Tara McClendon said...

Who doesn't love a smile. Thanks for sharing. :]

Becca said...

You look glowing and beautiful - the face of spring!

(You'd never guess you'd been sick!)

容郁雨茵 said...

A truly happy person is one who can enjoy the scenery on a detour..............................................

Maya Ganesan said...

You look lovely - as always. And as always, you are spreading the love :)

lib said...

Beautiful photograph,
beautiful person!

grete said...

I once sat next to an old, well known and distinguished anthropology professor at a wedding. We talked about what the peoples of the world have in common. Being widely traveled, his words carry some sort of weight I cannot boast of. “There is nothing, not one single thing, that is commonly shared among everyone in the world,” he said. “Nothing?” I said, “not even the meaning of a Smile?” “No, not even the smile,” he said. He is a professor, I should believe him. And I do realize a smile can carry a number of different messages, from arrogance to helplessness.

I have just shared a week with my husband and sons and their girlfriend/wife/child. Baby Alfred, just four months old, has, in my opinion (obviously not the professor’s) cracked the “people code”. Every morning he greeted us with a - Smile. He then continued charming us throughout the day, with generous helpings of - Smiles.

I Smile back at you, Beth. You have cracked the “people code”. My heart bounces a little as I look at your friendly eyes, cheeks, mouth.....

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