Friday, 10 July 2009

the daylight comes

today i went for a little adventure...well not very far. the weather was too nice to stay inside another day. so i went out for a little air.i miss my friends. i miss my city. i miss my old life.....however life does go on! and i need to keep on keeping on. :)


Anonymous said...

aww...i'm absolutely in love with your dandelion pictures. such a cute idea. now i want to do that :)

•¦Amy¦• said...

Those photos are very pretty :D
Love the She & Him song of course :)

lina said...

what cute flower photos!
i am collecting things to send you!

erin meagan said...

i love how it said hello. thats so pretty.

Hayley said...

i adore the photos of the daisies!

Kait said...

I love your photographs-those flower shots : D I'm so glad I stumbled across your blog. It is really wonderful.

Emily Anne said...

Oh what a beautiful day :) your pictures are so so lovely!

Thanks for stopping by my blog, I'm having a little peek through yours and loving what I see. Can't wait to read more!! xx

ONiC said...

aww thanks darling, i'm following you now. your blog is so cute. much interesting and inspiring post. also super cool header.

xavia said...

thank you :D

Anonymous said...

lovely pictures, the daisies look so pretty :)

Charlotte Louise said...

these pictures are beautiful :)
thank you for the comments on my blog :)
centre parcs is my absolute faveee!!!

Anonymous said...

hello :)

thank you for your lovely comments. I like taking odd pictures so anyone's appreciation of them, is excellent :D Missing an A by three marks is slightly annoying but oh well :(
Matt Smith's hair is supremely Doctorish. I remember Steven Moffat saying something along the same lines :P

Talking of Doctor Who, I'm listening to the radio just now and 'Voodoo Child' is playing. I can just see the Master dancing to it, conducting an invisible orchestra, whilst unleashing the Toclafane on an unsuspecting Earth... scrap that, I think it's too frightening a thought.

But yet another example of Doctor Who synchronicity.

Your daisy chain pictures are lovely, I am in love with the heart one :)

hang in there pet, the lost feeling will pass. am feeling a bit like that myself :( but it'll go. Have you tried writing fan fiction? I write Doctor Who stories (which are shambolic) but it helps keep the lost feeling at bay, by keeping my head occupied.

take care


GracieFrances; said...

i love your blog.
and the gorgeous flower pictures.
it is frightfully delightful.