Day 2704: The Light of Life

During dark times like these, we all need the light of life.   The light of life, for me, includes sharing thoughts, feelings, and images with you, every day.

Do you see the light of life in any of my photos from  yesterday?

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Last night, Michael and I were reminiscing about how our anxious, social-distancing cat Harley has also been described by veterinarians as “fretful” and “kind.”

And kindness is the light of life.

Then, we danced to a Townes Van Zandt song that has been a light of life for Michael:

Thanks to all who have been the light of life for me, including YOU.

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22 thoughts on “Day 2704: The Light of Life

  1. light pours from your posts and onto all of us. thanks for warming us each and brightening each day. p.s. I wrote about the return of the light (the sun) today, too. )

  2. Flowering trees, sun over the water’s edge, kind cats, beautiful food. Yes, I see the light of life shining this morning, Ann.

  3. The light reflected near the cat’s tail is a good one

  4. DeLIGHTful! Keep shining, my dear friend! (ノ゚∀゚)ノ⌒♡・*:.。. .。.:*・゜゚・*☆☆☆☆☆♡

  5. Thank you for those touching and calming photos. (((Harley))). (((Oscar)))

  6. puella33

    I see the light of life in the nice out door pictures. Have a nice day, Ann

  7. I just realized that one of the benefits of working from home is that, unlike my office cubicle, here I have a window and all day I have a view of the outside.
    Thank you for enlightening me.

  8. There’s light everywhere in these pictures–and in the idea of you an Michael dancing to Pancho and Lefty.

  9. Life is full of light especially during daylight times or by flicking a switch

  10. As Beth so rightly noted, each of your posts brims with light and kindness, Ann. And that beautiful tree in your front yard is surely a harbinger or better days to come…

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