Wednesday, June 16, 2010

corner view - daily




daily. i almost lose my breath. daily. these days. i am longing for time to enjoy the daily-ness of life.but life is filled with work, exams, a lot of thinking about some hard decisions (i will tell you more when i have more .... time), and then of course there was the operation. and we have daily hair combing because it is lice season and this whole thing with lice entered the house - and my hair - for the first time. ever. the past two weeks i have been combing the boys' and my hair once, twice or more. daily. just writing this makes my hair itch.

between all the running around there are some daily moments of bliss. like when i have time to collect the daily bunch of red tomatoes in the garden. or watch a bug with the little one. and see the light stream through the windows, through the shutters.

i also long for daily postings and visits to all the beautiful blogs i love. i am not there. don't even know when i will be able to post the next time.

for those with time, please take a look at all the daily corner views via the lovely jane of spain daily

20 comments:

  1. Hope your days calm down a little soon. Lovely fresh tomotoes from the garden - what could be nicer. Eewww lice - my son had them a while ago and you're right, just the thought of them makes me itch too!!! Enjoy your day today.

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  2. sending you warm thoughts.
    lovely photos as always.

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  3. what lovely images... haha! i´ve had lice more times than i´d like to remember... now we laugh about it:) hugs!

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  4. wow! i'm out of breath just reading this! lice are the worst, major bug ;)
    i hope things settle for you soon.
    i wish i had a corner with windows on both side like yours. beautiful space!

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  5. you live in a heavenly place! good luck with the boy, and the shadow of the deer's horn on the table? lovely, tiny sparkle of hope...

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  6. hold on to that tomato picture! that is the perfect definition of calm and bliss. i had a stressful morning, and just looking at those tomatoes for some reason helped restore some sort of wonderful simplicity to my brain.

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  7. Life is like that. Sometimes there is time to sit and reflect and visit, and sometimes everything comes at once, overwhelmingly. We miss you and your light-filled photos and your writing which seems so uniquely YOU.

    In the meantime, thank you for bright red tomatoes against dark grainy wood, and chubby little fingers tracing the path of a bug, and a brave little stag standing alone against the afternoon shadows.

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  8. hang in there! uggghhh the lice. grew up with four kids in the house. never had lice but it seems to be very commonplace these days. when this moment is over, you will be able to look back and be so pleased with how you got through it all!

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  9. keep breading, trinsch!!!
    those tomatoes look yummie. and your son is so beautiful where he is sitting.
    take good care. do the your comeback they way it feels good.

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  10. take your time and enjoy the few quite moments in your garden!

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  11. Oh yuck! Thinking about this makes my hair itch too! I am sorry you have to deal with this. Hopefully, you will be able to catch your breath soon.

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  12. ....time out....breath....

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  13. hope that you will get more time soon!

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  14. So understandable, no worries please! Just catch your breath and we'll be waiting :^)

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  15. Beautiful post! Lices are big fans of my hair too...Happy weekend:)

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  16. Just catch your breath Trine! We had lice three times in the past - always the same boy, and mercifully him only. It's a lot of unpleasant, thorough and tedious "handwork".
    Have you been able to test the results of the surgery already?

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  17. Deep breaths! There's light in the tunnel!

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  18. Wishing you a peaceful day tomorrow.

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  19. Your tomatoes are filled with Time.

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  20. Hope summer will give you some air.

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