Day 2266: Who do you miss?

Who do you miss in your life, here and now?

Sometimes, I am more aware of who I am missing than I am of who’s here. Then, I redirect my awareness and attention to those who are showing up.

That helps.

Who do you miss in my recent photos?

 

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I miss the person who is singing “Miss Otis Regrets.”

 

Would you miss me if I didn’t express my thanks, for being here,  at the end of each blog post?

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23 thoughts on “Day 2266: Who do you miss?

  1. I miss my family members who’ve passed, Ann. We’re approaching birthdays and milestones for me to miss more, too.

  2. “Sometimes, I am more aware of who I am missing than I am of who’s here. Then, I redirect my awareness and attention to those who are showing up.”

    Got my attention this morning Ann. A very thought provoking photo essay. Your words and photos speak to the impermanence of so much in our lives. All my best to you and have a most excellent weekend. Thank you.

  3. Love the pica

  4. Just this morning I was compared to an old friend who passed away five years ago and that, along with your thoughts, made me think about the saying that those we love never really leave us. For the first time I realized they live on in how they influence us, and that is something that really does help.

  5. I would for sure miss you Ann! ❤

  6. I’d miss your blog if it stopped.

  7. Of course, I’d miss you if you didn’t say thanks at the end of your blog. I would know an imposter must have written it!

  8. I miss a puffy ball of a cat named Harley.

  9. I miss Millie, my greyhound-cross who passed away last November. Mostly because she was such a special dog, but not least because she used to write my posts for me. Now Pearly Greyhound and I are having to manage the blog – and our lives – without her.

  10. I would definitely miss you if you didn’t show up here, Ann! 🙂 I miss so many people, and I think that’s just a part of growing older. I have to accept it, but it’s true that we have today and many people who make our lives full. There’s the emphasis. Keep showing up, Ann! And thank you!

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