Sometimes . . .

. . .  we really do need to let it all slip away and trust.  Give it a try this weekend.  Let go and   just.  see.  what.  happens.

*if you need the image to be a little bigger, rightclick on the photo/picture and choose ‘view image’ – and the photo will open up in a larger size.

~ ~ ~

May you have a blessed Saturday,  and a truly wonderful weekend my friends.

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P.S.  The photograph in the background of the above quote is of a place called Lulworth Cove, which is in Dorset, England (UK), and it’s a hop, skip and a jump away from our (Mr Cobs and I) little cottage home. ~ Cobs. x

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        • (((Kim))) <— it’s nothing like a proper ‘real’ hug, but over the internet it’s the only thing I have.

          I can relate, very much.
          The memories won’t ever leave you, I promise, but little by little the tide of pain will recede just as an ocean does. And when it does, it leaves behind bright, beautiful, sparkling seashells on the sand. These seashells are your memories, but without the overwhelming heavy pain hanging onto them anymore.

          Until the tide turns, gently walk your way through it Kim, and keep remembering to breathe – until you don’t have to remind yourself to do so anymore.

          Sending you my love, Kim ~ Cobs. x

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    • Well I’ll be darned! I swear that I left a reply yesterday … and yet it’s not ‘there’.
      The only thing I can think of is that I typed it, but didn’t click ‘reply’. {sigh .. busy fingers teamed with only one working brain cell!}

      Right .. to try again: No, didn’t take the photo, Mr.Google gave it to me and I can’t find a name for the person who took it, so if anyone out there knows, please do let me know so that I can credit them. I added the words over the top of the photo so that I could use the whole thing here.

      I wish I could take photos like that … mine are normally wobbly and blurred. I wish I could blame drink .. sadly it’s nothing as interesting as that – it’s something one of my doc’s named ‘task tremours’.

      The Cove .. it looks round when you’re stood there looking down, but if you view it from the air you can see it’s slightly more oval’ish’ shaped. But you’re right, it really is beautiful. It’s part of the Jurrassic Coast here in England, and that’s a whole story in itself.

      There’s a 180 degree panorama photograph of Lulworth Cove, taken on an October afternoon here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lulworth_Cove#/media/File:Lulworth_Cove,_UK_360%C2%B0_Panorama.jpg

      And more about the Jurrassic Coast (which reveals the history of Earth across 185 million years) can be found here: http://jurassiccoast.org/

      Squishes ~ Cobs x

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    • Hello Lynne. It’s always such a huge pleasure and honour to see you here. Thank you so much for stopping by and taking the time to leave a comment.
      As for me visiting your blog … wild horses couldn’t keep me away. I love your art, and your talent.
      Many thanks for visiting Lynne.
      Wishing you a wonderful week. ~ Cobs. x

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