Reflections

reflections

Don’t forget that many of the troubles and stresses that come in life are not your fault.  Nor are they your loved one’s fault.  They just happen.  Work together to overcome these obstacles and you can grow closer rather than creating a wedge.  And drink wine. or a cherry coke  😉  Here’s to sweet reflections and a Happy Friday ♥reflections1

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40 Responses to Reflections

  1. Very pretty photos, Paula, and I love your verbal reflections, too.

  2. That’s interesting because I was only telling James today that was no good luck or bad luck… only how we interpret it…

  3. bulldog says:

    These are lovely photos… I try so hard for reflections off water in my photos … but then I normally lose the center of my shot … the birds

  4. Love the reflections — and so true. It is what it is. It’s what we do with what is that makes the difference. Happy Friday!

  5. Rhonda says:

    Sweeeeeeet and beautiful!

  6. Fantastic reflections literally and metaphorically.
    And you are correct, sometimes it is no-one’s fault. Things just happen.
    It is up to each of us to pick up again.

  7. amb says:

    So true! Thanks for the reminder, Paula!

  8. If people would remember this, they wouldn’t be so hard on themselves. Nice post!

  9. Jeannette from the CA coast says:

    Lovely photos & post…so true. I shall have a glass of champagne later and contemplate your wisdom:-)

  10. Dena says:

    The stress of writing my thesis has caused me to drink more mango rum. I recommend it highly.

  11. I love how you always stress that we can overcome by doing it together!

  12. tchistorygal says:

    That is a good reminder. It is so easy to blame or take the blame especially when there are just two of you in the house! Even then it’s not a good idea! 🙂 I love your photos. What a gorgeous place. 🙂

  13. ly says:

    Love that lake and dock. Thanks for the reminder to slow it down.

  14. Lovely, Paula. I hope your father has a wonderful father’s day…and that life for your parents is going well. ox

  15. Beautiful! Where was this taken? Tell Marvin Happy Father’s Day for me! 🙂

  16. artsifrtsy says:

    Sweet – I especially like that second shot.

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