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Thursday, July 29, 2021

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 I just adore this illustration!  Some may remember, that I have used it before.  😊  I love the style.    The soft, very feminine main Faerie...  Her golden hair and flowers in it, and on her gown...    The balance of the light green grass below, with the dark blue sky and moon above...  ✨✨✨  Not necessarily the "Message" though...........

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The other day I got a nail polish, which is so very, very soft pink...  That it is nearly while.  πŸ’…   And I like it!    But!  I learned the hard way, that one can not try to apply this, in a rush!!!!!!!!   πŸ˜•   Oppppsies!   The first hand turned out to be a mess.   Second hand, ok.   πŸ’…    Well...   'Live and learn' as the old saying goes.

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Our weather seems to have changed, from hot/humid and occasional rain...   To cooler.   Which is nice, with sun.  Perfect really, with cool nights!  But today seems grey again.   πŸ’­   Ahhh well,   really cool and really dreary weather will be here, soon enough...  πŸ’­  

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Did anyone see the Meteor Shower last night????  🌠   Our Grandson told us, about it.   But our skies did not cooperate.  They were too cloudy...  🌠  It was supposed to be lovely, I guess.

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“Everyone knows—or at least, was probably told as a child—that you can make a wish on a shooting star. Not everyone knows that the only way to be sure it will come true is to speak it aloud before the star disappears, and this is a nearly impossible feat to manage.” ~Kate Milford

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“What are we but shooting stars, hoping to shine long enough to make at least one soul believe in the magic.”~Sherry Namdeo

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“I remember thinking as a child that diamonds were stars that fell from the sky as shooting stars. You can only imagine my disappointment at learning the truth of them. I still prefer the stars.”~Barbara Lieberman

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12 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

Did you know we are actually made of stardust? I love in the first image, the contrast between the sky with the moon and light string and light grass. I love experimenting with all different colors of nail polish, and have a whole case of them. Even yellow! But sadly, when Covid came I regressed to biting my nails, and usually have bloody fingertips now.

Kim said...

I'm glad your weather improved. Ours got hotter, but thankfully, less rain. Still humid as all get-out! Love the fairy art. So pretty! Happy Thursday!

betty said...

Missed the meteor shower. Didn't even know there was one, lol. Our weather is humid, very unusual.

Betty

Marie Smith said...

Cooler is good! We have cooler now too. Perfect!

Carla from The River said...

“What are we but shooting stars, hoping to shine long enough to make at least one soul believe in the magic.”~Sherry Namdeo

I love the above quote you shared. Thank you, I am writing it in my book of quotes.
xx oo

Mari said...

I like your fairy pics!
I had my nails done in a very pale pink recently and really liked that color. I can't do it myself though, I would make a huge mess.

swami ratnamurti saraswati said...

Beautiful pictures. They take me back to my childhood.

happyone said...

Your weather sounds like ours - lovely.
Your light pink nail polish sounds pretty.

At Home In New Zealand said...

Love the sound of your pink nail polish, so feminine :)

Lorrie said...

Your shooting star quotes are lovely and I will add them to my quote book. The fairy images are delightful.

Jules said...

I think we've all tried a nail polish like that ;)
Your images are lovely. I especially like your header photograph. X

Caryn said...

I love these, your blog makes my eyes and heart happy! My DD and SIL were looking for things to add to the nursery, now that the baby is 9 months old. I showed her the woodland animals looking at the constellations from your nighttime post, and they now have a matted print of it hanging there :)

We love it, perfect for a baby living at the edge of a forest, and with stargazing parents. Thank you!