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Monday, November 14, 2016

Time Stops for No one

I've been moving slowly, trying to get my equilibrium after all those migraines and events of last week.

It seemed perfect to stroll out back and watch the super moon rise last night. No matter what happens in our little human world, the universe marches onward. At least, up until this point, we haven't altered the Earth enough to stop celestial events.

The moon peeked over the ridge.

And rose until a tree was just barely tethering it to the horizon.

I love the simple things in life like watching the moon rise.

And then standing in the rapidly cooling air watching it levitate still further.
Seeing the moon continue its pattern despite all the tumult on Earth felt almost like when I discovered that my mother's watch had kept ticking after she died. My soul had assumed that time had stopped at the instant of her death.

Alas, time stops for no one, and I want to keep living, immersing myself in the world around me. That's what my furry friends do.
I try to emulate them!

18 comments:

  1. Gosh, these pictures of the moon are beautiful Sending you much peace. Hope the migraines are behind you.

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  2. Years ago, a young high school girl here in NZ won a speech contest. Her speech had the title " Stop the World, I want to get off" .Your photos show the world will continue to spin, the moon rise in all its super glory, and Shyla and R will be sure of your love, as they enjoy time outdoors.

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  3. Yes, we do need to emulate our dogs. And I do try.

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  4. I was soooo hoping you captured the Super Moon. What wonderful shots!!

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  5. I know those wil be the best super moon pictures I have seen

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  6. Oh, those are FABulous photos! What a great series! And Ma knows abouts the after-fog of migraines...it takes at least a couple of days to think clearly again.
    Hey gurl!!! Hey, do some zoomies for me...I wish I had some where like that to run!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  7. Wonderful shots of the moon!
    hugs
    Mr bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  8. Superb photos! The moon rising on a cloudy evening in Sydney....though beautiful when it peeped through the clouds...can't compare to your view.

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  9. The Moon has been hiding behind gray skies and rain.
    Thank you for sharing your view, we got nothing.


    Astro

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  10. Wonderful. I love watching the moon.

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  11. What a beautiful moon! Mom had a week of migraines too
    Lily & Edward

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  12. Gorgeous shots! We didn't get to see the "super" moon because it's rainy here! I'm so glad you took the photos! I love the one of Shyla, too!

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  13. I'm always so glad they are willing to carry us along with their happiness.

    Gorgeous shots!

    Monty, Harlow, and Ramble

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  14. Oh KB.. such a beautiful post! So beautiful!
    love
    tweedles

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