Day 2454: Love what you see

These days, it can be difficult to love what you see, despite your best intentions to do so.

Yesterday, in the midst of seeing too much

  • injustice,
  • harsh judgment,
  • insensitivity,
  • insecurity,
  • greed,
  • violence,
  • pain,
  • suffering,
  • cruelty,
  • hurtful actions,
  • thoughtlessness,
  • loss,
  • lies,
  • close-mindedness,
  • emptiness, and
  • crises,

I practiced the skill of loving what I see.

Do you love what you see here?

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I loved seeing that giant baby head at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts yesterday and I also loved seeing Michael ask my son Aaron if he thought the rest of that baby was underground.

I do not love seeing or saying goodbyes ….

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… but I will be saying goodbye to Boston and Michael tonight and hello to Edinburgh (which I love) tomorrow. I’m sure I’ll love what I see in Edinburgh.

Do you love what you see in this song?

I love what I see in your comments, so please leave one below.

I hope you love the gratitude you see, here and now.

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25 thoughts on “Day 2454: Love what you see

  1. You have good vision for catching fun things to photograph, Ann 🙂
    Wish you a safe trip and enjoy Edinburgh too.

  2. Loved the GSD puppy and the metalwork sculpture. Not so sure about the baby’s head……… found that a bit surreal!

  3. so much to love here, and I especially love the love note to dad

  4. Love the baby head.
    The animal hospital seems to specialise in obesity!
    Safe and easy travels to you.

  5. I love Michael’s sense of humor, and even though the missing pets make me sad I love seeing pictures of them. It reminds me of W.S. Merwin’s poem “Separation”:
    Your absence has gone through me
    Like thread through a needle.
    Everything I do is stitched with its color.

    The separation may be difficult but we can still love the color.

  6. Those hollyhocks appear to be trying to peer over the fence in a delightful way. Perhaps they are looking for the missing pets.

  7. You know how to turn the stress of the emotions on your list into a much better outlook and overall picture–or photos! 🙂 I don’t like “goodbye” either.

  8. I have to say I think that love is an often misused word – and I don’t even like the baby’s head

  9. I see that you will soon be in Edinburgh, performing at the Fringe in the same festival where your son is also performing, and I love that.

  10. I’ve always loved what I see on your blog. ♡〜٩( ╹▿╹ )۶〜♡

  11. We vacationed in Cape Cod, Cambridge and Boston last year. Your pics brought back some happy memories. Thank you!

  12. Sundae School! We both love that place, right, Ann?!

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