Posted by: Inner~Creative~Voice | April 21, 2008

Little Things I Love

I love that paper-like encasement that is left once the daffodil has opened.

What do you love?

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Responses

  1. I love all the little pieces of cracked egg-shell left in a bird nest after the babies have flown. They represent new life and a new journey.

    I love standing in my garden after a rain and knowing everything there is ready to eat, as clean and safe as possible on this earth.

    I love being the voice that can teach one or many about a better way to have good health and a joyful spirit…..a few among many of the things I love.

    Thanks Susan, you always make us think!

    Bea Kunz

  2. I love the color of lilacs and their aroma. They represent a new growing season.

    I love the dew on the grass in the morning. It represent the sustainability of the earth.

    Thanks for your question, Susan.

  3. I love to be as a little child, when I am around them, getting on the same level as them really listening and learning from their eyes and heart. The things of this world grow strangely dim then.

    Thank you Susan and God Bless,

    Debbie Dreyer

  4. Looks like a little horn…

  5. I love the swirl of hair on my youngest son’s head, in the back. I love the way my older son’s nose crinkles when he’s eating. I love how the new hyacinths look so colorful against my otherwise drab early-spring yard. I love reading your blog because it makes me feel connected to others in the middle of a work morning! Thanks!

  6. I loved discovering a little rabbit hutch under my emerging Speedwell this past weekend that housed 5 baby bunnies. Though I know they will happily munch my garden, they can be forgiven for the joy they brought me as they hopped clumsily about trying to look stoic and inconspicuous.

  7. I absolutely love waking up in the morning to the sound of singing birds! It is so joyful and chattery!

  8. I love looking for the perrenials to push through the ground. It’s a miracle every year to see those Hostas and Trillium. When I forget where they are, it is like a beautiful gift.

    I love the first Hummingbird of the season. How do they make it back to my yard year after year? I love the sassy wrens. How could anyone not be cheered by their songs?

  9. I love to walk around the garden and finding that first peek of green coming up from the ground.

    I love to find that first flower bud pushing up from the greenery and seeing the hint of color. I can hardly wait for it to open and bloom!

  10. Oh what joyful and beautiful things you love:) So many different images.
    Thank you, thank you for sharing!
    Susan

  11. I love watching my garden change through the seasons and being a part of it and I love being reminded to look at nature and appreciate what is happening around me. Thank you for this post. All the comments were lovely too!

  12. I love to see blackbirds hopping on our lawn…
    And I love your questions!

  13. I love the smell of fresh cut grass on a summer day. Although now that I am out of school, no more 3 months off for vacation!

  14. I love the stillness, dewy-ness, crispness, freshness, newness of being outside on a beautiful spring morning, as the sun is rising around 6:00am, if I happen to be up at that time.

  15. I love watching white cockatoos fly against the sky. I love hearing a magpie sing.

  16. I love how being surrounded with my friends gives me an overwhelming sense of love and comfort.

    I love how the smell of sand takes me back to my happiest memories of the Atlantic.

    I love my ryze sisters!

  17. Wow! I feel the love and joy from all of you:)
    So glad to see your comments here!
    Susan

  18. I love the daphne blooming by my window.

    I love the saffron colored yolks from Polyrock Ranch where I go every week to get fresh eggs.

    Love my dogs greeting me enthusiastically whenever I come in the house. Even if it has only been 5 minutes.

    Love the Oregon coast, the tide pools, the seals, and the starfish.

  19. The transition of sound from the winter bird musical ensembles to the full-blown up-before-dawn- til -sunset orchestral suite (sweet?) of the bird world…the residents, the newcomers and those just passing through.Just read a great line in Returning To Earth by Jim Harrison, “Maybe one evening far back in prehistory all nine thousand or so types of birds had arrived on a cloud from the heavens.”

  20. I love sitting on a dock with my feet in cool water.
    I love the taste of morel mushrooms hot off a griddle.
    I love the voices of my children, calling just to say “hello, I love you.”
    I love the crack of the spine on a new book when I open it for the first time.


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