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It is so good to have the weekends to revive for the week to follow.

Words to Walk With:
Work and Contemplation by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
The woman singeth at her spinning-wheel
A pleasant chant, ballad or barcarole;
She thinketh of her song, upon the whole,
Far more than of her flax; and yet the reel
Is full, and artfully her fingers feel
With quick adjustment, provident control,
The lines-too subtly twisted to unroll -
Out to a perfect thread. I hence appeal
To the dear Christian Church-that we may do
Our Father's business in these temples mirk,
Thus swift and steadfast, thus intent and strong;
While thus, apart from toil, our souls pursue
Some high calm spheric tune, and prove our work
The better for the sweetness of our song.


  1. You have such lush, tropical walking paths, just gorgeous!

  2. Such a beautiful image - just looked back, so many beauties you show. I lived in Sydney for a short while before going to Hobart and then Cairns. I lived in each for 3 years but had a brother in law with a place in the Blue Mountains and visiting him was always a delight. Love your photographs.


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