Sunday, May 15, 2011

come sit my friend . . .

      Ah dear friend . . . come into the garden and sit a bit with me. My senses speak to me of you today. I feel the unsettledness of your being. You have troubles on your mind, a heaviness in your heart and are feeling overwhelmed with life.
      We can have some tea and enjoy the sun from under the shade tree. We can talk or we can just be. Let's gaze at the beautiful  greenery and flowers. Listen to the birds chirping and feel the gentle breeze on our faces. Close our eyes and take in all of nature.
      You are most always welcome to sit here, if I am home or not. You can sit and reflect, mediate or pray. For in the quiet stillness we often hear the best. And if you should want to talk, we will. There are no restrictions on what can transpire here. Because once you are my friend my home is your home. Let this be your safe haven from the chaos of the world.


  1. Nice post. I feel like my blog is my home to my blog friends too!

  2. Thanks! I'd love to sit and have a cup!

  3. Hey my friend, good to hear your thoughts again. I re-read right through this page, all posts, and it makes me feel like I could come and visit with you, just to sit and chat. Nice posts. God bless you, love, Geoff.

  4. Feeling peaceful just from the invitation! Imagine the peace of actually sitting with you, sharing stories and breezes and sun and tea.

    Lovely post!

  5. Aw, I love that!! I'll be sure to share that photo with my fairy-loving daughter when she gets home from school - and knowing her, it will inspire an afternoon fairy tea party :)

  6. naaahh, i would want you to be there with me.....tea with a friend is always better than being alone :)

  7. Ahhhh .... thanks! I feel so much better. Really I do.

  8. TO:
    Bouncin Barb - I feel at home everytime I read your posts.

    Pat Tillet - pull up a chair and make yourself comfy. We have some catchin up to do.

    Geoff Maritz - I'm glad you read my posts, I know I look forward to yours. we'd have some great conversations.

    Pretty Things - the chair is always open for you, come anytime and stay as long as you like.

    Marion Williams-Bennet - I know that we would feel nurtured and in good spirits after our tea and talk.

    Christina - Thank you. Come back and visit soon.

    Marissa Hopkins - oh how delightful. I'd love to join the tea party with you and your daughter.

    Beth - yes, most things are better when we share. I'll heat up a whole pot of tea for us.

    Reya Mellicker - So glad you feel better. I look forward to your next visit.

  9. How did you know what I've been feeling? Thank you for the invitation.