11 thoughts on “a smile of light”

  1. Lovely. 🙂
    Barbara – I don’t know if you got my email I sent some weeks ago, but I made my blog private. If you still want to read it, please let me know and I’ll add you. x (I also have a new, public blog, but don’t want to connect the two. I may comment from that later.)

    1. Thank you, Val. I did get your email but I was having one of my confused spells and couldn’t figure out how to respond ~ I know that sounds silly but there you have it. Yes, I would love to read your blog! I do miss your bird pictures and stories. 🙂

      1. If you just go to my blog as you would normally and fill in the form you see, it’ll send me a message that you want to read my blog and I can then let you in. 🙂 Sorry about your confused spell – I get them too. x

      2. Oh, and if your email is different from the one you use here, email me at the one you see on my comments or I won’t recognise your email address! 🙂

        1. I think the email is the same and I have requested the invite ~ will wait and see if it will produce the desired result. 🙂

  2. The only Edvard Munch paintings I knew were rather alarming … i.e. The Scream. This is so different from what I know of him. Thanks.

    1. You’re welcome, Sybil. If you click on the “Edvard Munch” category at the end of the post you will see quite a few of his less alarming paintings. 🙂

    1. I don’t know why the change of seasons holds me spellbound… But with climate change, the past few years it seems summer heat is lasting too long into autumn, in spite of the days getting shorter…

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