* Haiku – all you are

girl walking on her path


Become all You are

Let go of roles and pleasing

Find Your Middle Ground


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32 thoughts on “* Haiku – all you are

  1. The message is perfect, Val! And the picture reminds me of the day our son “left home” with a basket of toys under his arm. The reason: I refused to pick up his toy cars from the rose bushes…for the second time. He was almost two years old.

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  2. I love this.. and the photo.. reminds me of when I was that age.. and I packed my bag at my Grandma’s saying I wanted to go home.. She said go on then, ( LOL I had to get to my Grands via 3 bus rides and spent the Summer holidays mainly with my grandparents..) I remember walking down the terrace st while she kept her eye on me from behind the net curtain. I got to the end, and turned around and then said I was sorry for what ever it was I got shouted at for which led me to pack my bag.. Lots of Big hugs and a lesson learned.. 🙂 LOL.. Thank you for evoking that memory .. 🙂 ❤

    Have a wonderful day and rest of the week Val.. ❤

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    • HI Sue – what a great memory. Thank you for sharing it. ❤️
      I too spent summers mostly with grandparents. They we re fun times for exploring and testing limits 😉
      She does remind me of independent little me striding out!
      Have a lovely week.


  3. Reblogged this on The Seeker and commented:
    It’s Nurturing Thursday.
    I decided to join Becca Givens and I think you should, too, without invitation

    Val is good enough to give me a tug by like one of the comments I posted in a blog.

    Her site happens to be very nurturing in helping us to “Find Your Middle Ground”

    Here’s to use and let us encourage one another by nurturing uplifting post.

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