Summer Silence

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“Summer makes a silence after spring.”
– Vita Sackville-West

As we bid farewell to England, Scotland and Ireland today, leaving mild temperatures in the 50’s to go to atypical temperatures in the 90’s at home,  summer will be hitting us with a surreptitious sledge hammer when we disembark in Seattle.   Hay will be ready to pick up in the fields and we will return to work within hours of getting off the plane.  But even with the responsibilities we reassume, we will know the joy of a house filled with our (now adult) children and friends from all over the world.

Life is rich with memories tightly woven into the tapestry of our everyday routine.   I will look back on this special time with Dan with fond remembrance for new friends discovered, amazing places experienced,  all the while blessed by returning home together to everyone we hold so dear.   Summer may be silent after spring but it is brimming with blessings.

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5 thoughts on “Summer Silence

  1. I can’t tell you how much I have enjoyed your posts! They are inspiring and grounding at the same time, and from a grateful heart (yours–it shines through). Thank you.

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  2. Welcome home, traveler…new memories to treasure…pictures to see again and again…new friends to enjoy…new insights to ponder…new stories to tell…

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  3. Emily It has been my pleasure to get to know you thru this website. What a rich and thoughtful poet/woman you are with many talents and interests. Thankyou for sharing this wonderful trip. I am blessed.

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