same same, but different

10 thoughts on “same same, but different”

  1. Oh how I love your thoughts, discoveries, and words. I am envious of your finding focus. I could really use some of that so sprinkle a little my way, okay? Warmest hugs and hot tea and new adventures! The steeple photos are lovely. I like the same but different.

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  2. Lovely! Those pictures are gorgeous, and kind of encapsulate the depth you kind find when you have stillness and time to concentrate. They’re all of the same thing, but they’re all so different. I’m heartened to hear that after a little while you settled into the time and regained your focus. And also a bit jealous! Hope you manage to keep up your own (unpaid, alas) residency! x

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  3. Beautiful steeple photos. I endorse what Helen R said about the depth in them. And lovely to read about your writing (and other stuff, too) retreat. Take things gently on re-emerging, that can be a real mix of things after a retreat. xx

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  4. This reminds me of the overwhelming sense I had of drowning in my thoughts, when I first went back to full-time study after having three kids (then a divorce …) – it jangles the nerves to be away from the children at first, but then you develop an insatiable need to read, think, write and discuss what is now going on in your mind!

    Good luck with the ‘year after’ as you integrate what you’ve discovered into your ‘regular’ life!

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