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Friday, December 26, 2008

Haiku Friday #100 - Sky Watch #23


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Milestone & Motivator
"It is one of the most beautiful
compensations in life ... that no man
can sincerely try to help another
without helping himself."
Ralph Waldo Emerson


Milestone today
one hundred Haiku posts shared
in 2008 ...

Half are here and the
rest are at Small Reflections
with a few for good

measure at my new
Happily Retired Gal ...
All Haiku-Sky Watch!


I created this
Sky collage to put on my
Christmas card this year

illustrating the
varied views we see in my
So Cal neighborhood.

"Life can be complicated, but happiness is pretty simple."
from Simple Secrets

One more gift to share
I hope you will take the time
to view this brief clip

from Mac Anderson
found in Simple Truths email
early this morning

guaranteed to put
a smile upon your face
as it does on mine.


Click for a second
Haiku Sky Watch Friday
at Happily Retired Gal
and for others participating
in Sky Watch & Haiku Friday this week.

"The only things that stand between a person and what they want in life are the will to try it, and the faith to believe it's possible."
Rich Devos

18 comments:

Steffi said...

Fantastic Skywatch photos!Very beautiful!Happy SWF!

George said...

You've made a beautiful collage for your cards. Absolutely gorgeous.

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

I love your collages. I need to learn how to do this.

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas. Have a terrific day. Big hug. :)

Mary Ann said...

I love your collages, too. The skies are beautiful.

"...the will to try it and the faith to believe it's possible" is how I feel about happiness in the new year.

Thank you for the ruminations!

crazy working mom said...

The oranges are my favorite! Very beautifully done. :D
I'm looking up at the skies here. Happy Friday.

Robin said...

Beautiful collage of gorgeous skies! Very well done. :)

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

What a lovely collage! The recipients of your Christmas cards got quite a treat.

Wishing you a Happy New Year!

Mama Zen said...

One hundred haikus! Wow!

Raven said...

Beautiful collage of skies. I had planned to do Skywatch this week but since I had no internet connection for two days guess my skies will have to wait. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas.

By the way, thank you for the award... I have a very difficult time dealing with those things... even acknowledging them. It's very rude of me and I apologize.

Cloudia said...

Haikus, skies & inspiration. Cool!
Kinda what my blog is about (minus the haiku, I do post quotes daily)I'll be back, Aloha-

SandyCarlson said...

This is a beautiful collage. So. Cal. sure is purty! Beautiful work from a beautiful person. Merry Christmas.

Michelle said...

What a neat idea for a Christmas card. Beautiful pictures! Thanks for sharing the quote by Emerson. He was a wise man.

Arija said...

It sure is a nice collage but my old eyes getlost in a supermarket selection, they allmeld together into a blur.

ya ya's mom said...

beautiful collage
nicely crafted haiku too
simply amazing!

thanks for visiting my haiku friday...i actually just put my christmas cards in the mail today!!! wahoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

The Muse said...

Super~100, filled with meaning...filled with YOUR voice!
Congrats!

maryt/theteach said...

storyteller, the collage is lovely and you're so lucky to have California skies! :)

Roger said...

They all look so WARM! Great post!! :D

Karen said...

Another lovely collage! And congrats on the anniversary--may you continue to haiku for thousands of posts...