Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Through A Haze

A  L  O  H  A !
 "In your soul are 
infinitely precious things that 
cannot be taken from you."
           Oscar Wilde

"The sweetest of all 
sounds is praise."

"Fear is like a giant fog. 
It sits on your brain 
and blocks everything. 
Real feeling, true 
happiness, real joy, they 
can't get through that fog. 
But you lift it and buddy you're 
in for the ride of your life." 
            Albert Brooks

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Thank YOU
          Fondly, cloudia


Elephant's Child said...

Pixie is SUCH a charmer.

Caro G said...

Your photos and words are so inspiring and refreshing to my soul this early morning. Love the cat pic. Spreading the message of kind words hopefully inspires others to do the same and pay if forward. Blessings Caro & Bogey

eileeninmd said...

Hello, pretty captures of the haze and fog. Love the sweet Pixie too.

Enjoy your day!

blooming home and garden said...

Hello, beautiful quotes and Wonderful, dreamy pictures!
Lovely days,


kaykuala said...

But you lift it and buddy you're
in for the ride of your life

There have to be some efforts to enjoy what is on offer. Rightly said in the quote!


William Kendall said...

"Let me back in so I can go back outside!" ~ Pixie

Karen S. said...

Ah yes, I love a good ride! Life is a great bundle of little things! O W Holmes and adventures abound for us all!

RedPat said...

Love the Brooks quote, Cloudia!

Mike said...

The fog comes and goes.

Kay L. Davies said...

The Albert Brooks quotation is very interesting, and the photo above it is beautiful!
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Cloudia said...

So true! 🐱

Cloudia said...

just adoring your comments thank you

Lady Fi said...

Faabulous and purr-fect!

carol l mckenna said...

Lovely photos and quotes ~ favorite is the creative shot of the kitty!

Happy Days to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)

Teresa said...

Cool shots and great quotes today!

Adam said...

Good quotes

Photo Cache said...

Who is that sweet little kitty?

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