Simply soaking……

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In all of your tired places,

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your wilted spaces,

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feeling weary and parched and needing fresh graces…..

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I sing your heart the sort of rest that feels like this:)

A good long healing soak.

“I drank the silence of God
from a spring in the woods.”
-Georg Trakl

(It gives me joy,  just so much joy,  to send a copy of my July Ripplesongs
to the beautiful Gwen Lily)

Comments

  1. Here on the other side of the world I have just received your June Ripplesongs. I sits beside me. I pat it, I stroke it, I revel in its beauty and heart. Thank you so much.
    I hope that you find cool healing, rest and sustenance in your sweaty season. Love,laugher and beauty you have. And share.
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    • jennifer says:

      I’m so glad it reached you and is in good hands now:)
      Thanks for that beautiful blessing….holding it close
      to heart:)
      -Jennifer

  2. Thanks for the cool refreshing rest. It’s pure balm on my tired aching body.
    Thanks for your visit to my blog and for your thoughtful comment.
    Hugs,
    JB
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    • jennifer says:

      Pure balm:) I love that.
      Wishing you much pure balm in every way your living needs
      and in ways that make your heart sing out loud!
      -Jennifer

  3. That cool, clear water looks heavenly and the blooms so lovely … thank you.

    • jennifer says:

      Cool clear water. I remember my parent’s playing a song
      from an old album that had that line:) Makes me smile:)
      thanks for dropping by to visit,
      Jennifer

  4. I ALWAYS feel better when I come here. I can just feel that soothing creek/river…thank you so much.
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  5. I wanted you to know that after I absorbed all of your newsletter ’till I was full up, (and made notes all over my computer-:)…I sent it off to my Aunt who has—in the past two years—lost her husband (bone cancer), daughter (ovarian cancer), job and livelihood (due to retirement–she has loss of vision and couldn’t do her work anymore.) For every loss, there is someone who has a greater loss. You offer a place of peace and a cool drink of friendship and love. This is a sacred place.
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    • jennifer says:

      I’m so to hear it, Susan; my heart is soaking that in:)
      Your words are sizzle and balm, friend….thank you:)
      -Jennifer

  6. A soft, ever so gentle trickle flows the weariness away and soothes one’s soul with fresh graces… allowing ourselves to be lifted and transported by that gentle flow. <3
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    • jennifer says:

      You’re on my heart so big, Suzanne; thanks for coming by;
      know my prayers are dancing around you like fireflies:)
      -Jennifer

  7. A beautiful series of photographs 🙂
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  8. Jennifer…I love this series of flower photographs..just beautiful!

  9. How deliciously beautiful and refreshing!

  10. A long, healing soak. I could use that right now — I think a lot of us good. Just seeing your lovely flowers is so regenerating!
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  11. Ahhhh the joy in this needed soak!
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