Day 3066: Enjoy the space

Last week, in an enjoyable space, I heard this:

Enjoy the space between where you are and where you are going.

As I enjoy the space between blogging and returning to work today after a two-week vacation, I hope you enjoy the images I share in this space between here and the end of this post.

Here’s “The Space Between” by Koethe.

This also comes up when I search YouTube for “enjoy the space between where you are and where you are going.”

I hope you enjoy the space between where you are and where you are going, which is filled with gratitude.

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20 thoughts on “Day 3066: Enjoy the space

  1. Your space is quite enjoyable, Ann.

  2. Your images are great. Enjoy the transition Ann.

  3. I really did enjoy the space and the trips to the various planets, although that lacerating wind was a bit harsh!

  4. puella33

    Loved your space- I especially loved the rock that stated , “take time”.

  5. I love the in- betweens in the world- spaces and places- sometimes where the most interesting of things happen

  6. It’s a good thing my wife is usually the one who drives when we go somewhere because I like to look out the windows. There are always interesting things to see on any trip, no matter how short or familiar. Also the first time I ever heard, “How long is a piece of string?” was on the British cartoon Dangermouse. Every episode opened and closed with a funny narrator, and one episode he closed with, “How long until the villainous Baron Greenback strikes again? How long do I have to keep doing this? How long is a piece of string? Would the person who stole my bicycle pump please return it?”
    That’s just one of many things from the grab bag I call my mind.

  7. I agree to enjoy but without Harley?

  8. I love the way you’ve infused the Twitter space! You do contribute clever and witty dialogue, Ann. 🙂

  9. I barely remember where I’ve been and I have no idea where I’m going, but everything is spacey and I’m enjoying it! Loved the pictures! Mona

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