Thursday, December 5, 2013

Little Things Thursday - In Search of Peace

The holiday frenzy is in full swing. Though I love Christmas, it sure would be nice to lay on the beach for a while and savor the peace.

I know I have been too busy to visit my blogging friends much this fall, I have been buried in work as that is where my family needs me to be right now. The past year has been a rough one, but I have high hopes for 2014! I am so thankful for the support and friendship of each of you!! It means so much to me and I am very grateful for the wonderful community of online friends I have grown to love over the past few years.


Linking up with Kim for:
Little by Little

Please read this important note:  Many of you know Gina Kleinworth of Kleinworth and Co. Sadly Gina lost her mom this week to cancer. While she has mentioned her mother's diagnosis once or twice on her blog, she has been very discreet about the details to protect her family's privacy. Many of us know and love Gina as a dear supportive friend, fellow photographer, mom, and all around fantastic lady. To show our support for her at the difficult time, Kim, Tamar and I would like to ask anyone interested in participating to post an image of a lit candle tomorrow, Friday, December 6, on instagram with the hashtag: #supportforgina We'd like to allow her to grieve privately and share in her own time, but thought the show of love and support would be a nice gesture. We would love it if you would join us. Thank you for your support!
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5 comments:

molly said...

I could happily swap all this madness for a quiet lay on the beach.

mollyxxx

Tamar SB said...

Looks like a lovely spot!

Cannot believe 2014 is so darn close, where did the year go? Hoping the coming one is a good one for you all.

Dotti said...

Just yesterday, I asked myself: Where did 2013 go? I love your beach photo ... it's calling to me ... loudly ... as we sit here under a winter storm warning. Oh, yes! A nice warm beach would be lovely right now.

Kim Cunningham said...

Here is to 2014 being one of more stability with growth and peace! I'm really proud of you this year and what you have accomplished. I know you are exhausted and I hope Christmas is a sweet time of rest.

Sharon said...

Lovely, peaceful photo. I can echo your words. This year has been rough, and I'm ready to start a new one! But my family has so much to be thankful for. Wishing you and yours a wonderful 2014!

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