As My Camera Sees It · Flowers


“If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change.”

Tulip April 2014
Tulip April 2014

                                        (Photo edited using PicMonkey)

Computer frustrations this morning (no-thanks to Microsoft) make this tulip picture all the more beautiful to me as I look for the “miracle” in this computer age.

That being said, today I’m going to focus on reaching out to others in love,  not via technology, but with a simple hand-written note card to mail to a friend.

I’m going to do hands-on work on a knitting project for charity.

I’m going to cook a real dinner, not microwaved, but the old-fashioned way – with love and gratitude and natural ingredients.

And I’m going to turn off my cell phone, turn off my computer, and listen to the birds singing and savor the smell of spring and rain.

Today, I’m focusing on the simple miracles of my very simple life.

And I wish you all a miracle in your life today, too.


3 thoughts on “Tulip

    1. Thanks for your visit and comment, Mahesh. Mindfulness and awareness seem to reveal miracles I otherwise take for granted. It has, indeed, been a meaningful day.


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