Saturday, March 7, 2015

"QUE SERA SERA" ♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸✰¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪


Life does take many twists and turns in one's life.
I know it has in mine
because from day one until this date 
I have woken up
and
jumped into my dream
discovering many new and familiar things
as simple as ~


BUBBLES submerged under a layer of ice 
on my pathway the other day 
at Birch Cove ~


 as simple as this ROBIN 
not at all alone
because 2 other beauties 
perched nearby
in the branches.


~ as simple as looking into a glass marble ~
(albeit stylized)




~ as simple as 1956 song
sung by Doris Day
in a movie by Alfred Hitchcock ~


but most of all
as simple as tagging along with my guys
wherever they want to take me,
as long as I approve!

22 comments:

  1. Oh Soph, I think we are the ones 'tagging along' with you! You have brought out the inner child in us for these past 8 years.

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    1. "Put right foot in" ~~~~ and enjoy life !!!!

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  2. I've always loved this song, Ron! The bubbles under the ice could be an abstract painting ~ a gorgeous one! Loos at the red breast on that robin! Spring can't be too far away. It is gorgeous here! I keep trying to get ahead, but it's impossible! Stay warm!

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    1. No need to catch up Louise ~~ you are on vacay, right!?! Right!

      Just squiggle your toes in the sand, sip another mai tai and lean back on the chaise lounge and DREAM!!!

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  3. Ron, your robin photo looks like a Christmas card!! So beautiful. We don't have robins here :-(

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    1. It's all about the "pretending" really, so if you want you can pretend this little feller is in your backyard taking in the views and keeping an eye on y'all!

      Cheers!

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  4. I think that Doris has one of the best voices of all time. Great photos... love the marble shot!

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    1. Doris & Rock, perfect for the 50's until society grew up and reality became truth and acceptance ~~ still enjoy Doris so very much too!

      The marble shot just appeared while editing a bubble picture ~~ such luck!

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  5. Hi Sophie! What great photos Ron takes. My Mom is a photographer (and loves Doris Day too!) and we adore the winter as well. I haven't visited in a while so Mommy Jenny & I just had a great time reading through about half a dozen of your last posts. Beautiful snow you've been getting my friend. I'm going to try and post some snow photos today on my blog. Paws crossed I get to it! Take care my dear and hugs to you & yours.
    Pixel
    www.pixelblueeyes.com

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    1. Oh HI PBEs, so HAPPY to have you visit again. I know what you mean about not being around a whole lot ~~ life gets in the way and priorities change ~~ don't worry we will be here as long as God is willing.

      Snow has taken over our world for 7-8 weeks now and SPRING is screaming to come and visit. Guess what? I left the front door open for SPRING to drop by. Maybe she'll take a hint!

      Fingers crossed!
      Sophie and Ron

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  6. Cool photos! Literally. I hope it's starting to warm up for you down there. Well, not "down there" -- oh hell, you know what I mean!

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  7. A sweet life, Sophie. Your guys care so much for you. The bubbles under the ice make a lovely image.

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    1. Ron was bending over all the time during this trek!

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  8. I love these walks I take with your, Sophie

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    1. Any time Jo-Anne......I know you live very far away from my paw tracks nevertheless you are so welcome to tag along!!

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  9. Whatever will be, will be, Sophie! You and the guys see some simply mesmerizing sights on your walks.

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    1. Our eyes are open like children's, all the time!!

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  10. What a happy post! It is true that, if we just truly look, we will see new amazing things every day. I'm glad you three are so happy!

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    1. We try our best, KB ~ I guess you can't ask for anything more ~ perhaps a chocolate sundae might work its way in there some time!

      Cheers!

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  11. My mom used to sing that song to me when I was a child, many decades ago! It still pops into my head whenever my world spins out of control.
    I love the photo of the robin - we have many here, but I never seem to be able to capture them with my lens.

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    1. This song resonates very much in my world too, Jean! Doris Day epitomizes this thought indeed!

      Robins are plentiful here as well, must be the coastal regions we live near.

      Practice, practice and more practice ~~ this little fellow sat still for me ~ thank you very much!

      Ron

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