Work In Progress

Every stage in life is just as important as the last or the next.

We learn. We grow. We evolve. Life is a process.

Our lives are what we make of it. Where we go is up to us.

We start out as mere possibilities.

We feel our way through the world.

We soak in life. We expand.

We can sit and wait for life to come for us.

Or we can use what we’ve been gifted.

We can choose to fly.

46 thoughts on “Work In Progress

  1. “We can sit and wait for life to come for us.

    Or we can use what we’ve been gifted.

    We can choose to fly.”

    I am putting this part on pretty stationary, printing it out, and putting it up on my wall.

    Thanks.

  2. I choose flight. The wind in my hair…the adventure….the new discoveries. Your words and pictures are perfect! Seizing the day (even though I have to work – lol!).

  3. Faaaaaaaaaaaaaabulous post, Suzi!

    Your words and AMAZING photos are such an inspiration!

    The one of of caterpiller is beyond gorgeous!

    “Every stage in life is just as important as the last or the next.

    We learn. We grow. We evolve. Life is a process.

    Our lives are what we make of it. Where we go is up to us.”

    Yes! It’s the journey that’s important….FLY!

    Have a wonderful day, my friend! And thank you!

    X

  4. I am so glad you left a comment on my blog so that I could visit you. This is my first time and wow…your blog just sparks with green life and energy, just beautiful. I felt like I was walking along with you viewing nature through a magickal lens. “Wings” are necessary for all angels both seen and unseen to fly. Thank you for the view from above.

  5. Great post. I have a tattoo of a butterfly that I got for my *0th birthday bacause I finally left my safe cocoon and tried my wings. It’s been wonderful learning to fly.

  6. I feel like I make the same comments on all of your posts – beautiful pictures and such inspiring words. You do have a way with tying pictures into life’s lessons that is very special.

    • Ohh, don’t step on the pretty bug…though I wanted to when it kept eating our pepper plant last year. Instead I picked them off every day and moved them to the far end of the yard…but they were back in no time!

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