|photo contributed by Linda Baie|
For the record: I want to be just like Linda when I grow up. Is there a more generous, loving spirit on ye ol' internet?
And not only that: she also sent along a wonderful poem:
No Stamp Needed
Clouds are the sky mail
helping us create tales
of fanciful intent.
- Linda Baie. All rights reserved.
Thank you, Linda! If anyone else has sky/cloud pics to share, I would be delighted to include them here. Email me: irene at irenelatham dot com.
And thank you for your post, Irene. Your words gave me a big smile this morning! Clouds are awesome indeed!ReplyDelete
My pleasure, Linda. So happy to know you! xoDelete
Love the sky mail from Linda. Yes, she is the most generous virtual friend I have. Love you, Linda!!ReplyDelete
Yes, Margaret, we are so lucky to know Linda. Thanks for stopping by!Delete
Wonderful poem and pic!! Perfect way to start the week :).ReplyDelete
I agree, Jama -- and something tells me YOUR cloud pic would resemble something wonderful to eat... hmmmm..... :)Delete
I, too, want to grow up to be just like Linda! Lovely photograph, "fanciful intent" indeed.ReplyDelete
Lovely, and I agree about Linda!ReplyDelete
I love Linda's sky and Linda's poem, sweetheart that she is. Sky has been such a great theme for you this year. I have certainly enjoyed it. I was swimming at my brother's pool the other day and took a picture of the clouds morphing in the span of sky between the waxy magnolia and the cone-laden pine. My stroke of preference is backstroke, so watching was such fun.ReplyDelete
Would love to see your photo, Doraine! I loke backstroke too. xoDelete
All of you make me blush! You are too kind. Doraine, I hope you share your photo with us too. I think it would be lovely to be where magnolias grow! Thanks again, Irene, & everyone else as well.ReplyDelete
Linda, how beautiful - both the pic and your poem! "Sky mail" -- love!ReplyDelete
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That Linda -- she is indeed a treasure!ReplyDelete
Love both the photo and the poem!!
She is the best, and so are you! We are lucky to have such wonderful, generous, wise poetry friends!ReplyDelete
that is a horable sentence.Delete
that is stupidReplyDelete
shut up Hether!Delete
look whose with her!ReplyDelete