Monday, July 14, 2014

Word Wall

hiking  in swiss alps
Yes, it does look exactly like this.
After three weeks of total immersion in European history, castles, towering Alps, rain and more rains, and most of all, family:  My brain has crash-slammed into a Word Wall.  

Every single thought stumble, slams, and stutters.

Once the grey cells unclog, maybe a lucid and original few sentences will emerge.  Maybe on Wednesday?


Until then, grant me grace.

Bern, Bern
Sweet, so sweet baby boy!

21 comments:

  1. The mountains look wonderful but the shot of Mr. Two- Year-Old is the bestest. Not to worry about the words...your brain is still on vacation.

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    1. Grandma Goo is still a problem when I think about my gr-son.

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  2. Words always stumble in the face of beauty. Your little boy is a prime example!

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    1. Well put. Nothing can describe it all.

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    2. oops. fingers still on Swiss time.

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  3. Even the brain needs a vacation now and then.

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    1. I hope others are taking this advice.

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  4. You just need to rest away and then the words will come to play

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    1. Our body's clock is slowly adjusting.

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  5. Welcome back, and so please you had a grand time.

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    1. So much to see there. I spent much of my time playing with his cars and legos, reading books. Oh, and traveling around the country.

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  6. Isn't it funny that we have to recover from vacations.

    Your grandson is a beautiful boy, Susan.

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    1. Vacations and exhaustion go hand-in-hand, it seems.

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  7. Welcome back. And your brain is obviously still in beauty appreciation mode - and how could it not be? Gorgeous scenery - even more gorgeous small person.

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    1. The best part was reading to the little guy. Got the book, the he turned and backed into my lap! Wow!

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  8. And here at home will you be telling us off-the-wall stories?

    Blessings and Bear hugs!

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  9. Reading your post title, I was expecting a bulletin board with random clusters of words around that lovely photo. LOL. Maybe your tired mind can manage that as a fun creativity-booster?

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    1. I have always thought about trying those word-alls. Maybe someday.

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  10. Grace is granted, your words are always worth waiting for.
    That photo is precious, he's such a cutie.

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    1. He wanted those candles lit and re-lit. I enjoyed the look on his face each time.

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!