Thursday, March 17, 2011

Thursday's Thought....Where does time go? Breathe in and out...


A little birthday card for a special lady....CELEBRATING her little princess growing into a young lady.  Roxy can hardly wait to quilt her tonight....

How quickly our babies grow into young adults! 



Oh the fragrance of these beauties while Noah and I were biking in our neighborhood last night.  So delicate and beautiful!!!



And along the way.....Enjoy a moment to breathe in and o u t. in and o u t...Noah and I had so much fun enjoying the desert eve last night....Something beautiful about Noah checking in with me at each bench if I need a break :).  And me saying YES....just so I can sit with him and the moment.
Love, Em

8 comments:

Pinkadot Quilts said...

What a lovely way to spend time with Noah! Yes time is going way to fast for me....

Sujata said...

Enjoy every single moment Em! It is beautiful to see little ones appreciating and taking it all in what is given to us!

Needled Mom said...

They grow up much too quickly so I am glad that you are taking the time to enjoy the time with him.

Kwiltz by Stephanie said...

Great scenery with sweet boy. I have three boys. Must enjoy them! I read somewhere that on some South Pacific Islander's concept of time is that it si like rubber. It stretches sometimes, contracts other time. Interesting, and seemingly more true than our linear invention of time!!! Either way, I ALWAYS have a good time when I visit your blog. Are you still working on the interpretations of the children's illustrations?

CharlotteP said...

What a view, Em! Sounds like you had a perfect evening...remember it always!

Judi said...

Em those flowers are beautiful! I can't wait for things to start bloonming in Virginia.

Sonia said...

Em, yes they do grow up awfully fast. Enjoy your time while you can.

It looks like a beautiful place to bike ride. I'm afraid I would stop more and look at the scenery than ride the bike though. :)

Mama Pea said...

Looks beautiful. It's starting to get warm enough here to actually enjoy being outside again.