Island in Thyme
Finding some familiarity in changing circumstances can be so very helpful.
Sitka is growing used to living here – everyone loves her so that helps, but sometimes she just wants to sit on an island…
Sitka found a lovely little place to sit and think….
She did! A little pause in thyme can be very helpful!
So glado be looking at these blogs again. Just wonderful entertainment
Thank you so much – I am glad you are back!
There is always something to be thankful for if we open up our hearts to find it.
It is so true. At times I have to make myself stop and think about the positive and things that are pleasant. Hittys really help me with that!
time for Sitka to join the Hittys for a picnic on the beach.
It finally seems to be warming up enough to consider an expedition to the beach! Sitka is very comfortable here in the Hitty cupboard – we’ve measured the distance from the cupboard to the beach, and it is virtually the same distance as it is from the place where her tree stood to the beaches near SGang Gwaay!
Hmmmmm. Much to ponder with the little wooden head.
Indeed yes, little woodens have more than just Xylems and phloems in their little heads!
i am imagining the shift in thinking of ones days as being rather ephemeral compared to the growth of a tree, especially an old growth one. She has much to ponder and a lovely home in which to contemplate her future!
Favourite photographer thinks hers was one of the biggest trees on the island…now she is a small being finding her way around, but with people and Hittys that have loved her as tree and doll! She’ll be OK!
I wonder if time passes differently for her now that she is in a smaller and more agile shape…
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