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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Happy Wednesday!!

Be like the bird, who halting in his flight on limb too slight,
         feels it give way beneath him, yet sings knowing he
         hath wings.
                                                                                          - Victor Hugo
Wishing all of you another lovely day with lots of beauty and laughter and love!!!


Arija said...

There's nothing like feeding the kids. What a happy little family that is.
Happy Wednesday indeed!

Margie's Musings said...

Neat, Sylvia! And so true! We are responsible for our own happiness.

forgetmenot said...

What a lovely photo--helps reassure us that Spring really is on its way! Sorry I have not been by your blog lately-I miss your great pictures, quotes, and jokes, but I have been taking care of my daughter's little girl while she finishes Physical Therapy school. Quite an enjoyable job, but VERY tiring!!!! I don't get much else done, so blogging has been "on hold" for a while. Take care, my friend. Mickie :)

TexWisGirl said...

so sweet.

Andrea said...

Oh and what if the branch gives way and you don't have wings ... is it your fault for being on the branch in the first place? I think so ... by the time you get to my age it is clear that life is what we make it, for the most part. We don't have control of everything, but out response to everything is our own doing ... Life is good, Sylvia. I love what you bring out in poeple. Have a wonderful day ...

Andrea @ From The Sol

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Oh this is a beautiful shot and the quote is perfect!! YAM xx

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

What a sweet quote and great for a birdwatcher like me to keep in mind. Love it. And the picture too.

magiceye said...

Beautiful thought!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I adore both of the bird shots Sylvia.. oh la! what a lot of mouths to feed.. I wish I'd taken that last shot :)

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