How often do you sit down at your computer and think…

I got nothing. 

To tell the truth, that rarely happens to me.  My struggle is having too many things to talk about, and trying to narrow down. 

My writing style is simple, deliberate, and hopefully one that leaves an impression or a message that resonates longer than it takes to read my post.  And I like it that way.  

Inspiration from other bloggers is paramount in guiding my thoughts and content, and this week Tina of Lens-Artists tasks us with honoring those who do just that. After all, together we are community, a family, so it seems natural we should lift each other up. 

And if you haven’t seen different interpretations of what you are writing about, you are in for a treat.

To start, I would like to thank Tina, Amy, Patti, Ann Christine, Sofia, Anne, and John who co-host the Lens-Artists community. Their beautiful photography and their commitment to inspiring others is what every level of photographer needs.  

Next is a shout out to a few of the blogs I frequent, knowing they will tempt me with a word, a challenge or an idea. In every instance, everything is subject to interpretation.

Each moment of the year has its own beauty. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Weekend Sky, Weekend Coffee Share and Writers Quotes Wednesdays

Blessed be the curious for they shall have adventures. – Drachman

Changing Seasons- (December 2021) Hosted by Touring My Backyard and Bushboy

It’s a new season. A perfect opportunity to do something new something bold something beautiful. -Anonymous

Sunday Stills – Future

Sometimes all it takes is just a smile to change somebody’s weather. – Wynonna Judd

Last on the card, Cell Pic Sunday. or Travel with Intent

And finally, to too many others who have inspired me through comments, feedback, and engagement. It is you who keeps me coming back when I feel too busy to sit down, or overwhelmed with what life has thrown at me. It would be impossible to list all of you here.

Do know my blog has grown because of you.

Wind kisses, Donna