Dear Hammock friend
It’s been a while hasn’t it? Maybe 2 years?
I just wanted to say I’ve missed you.
Things always look better when I’m with you, lying back, a pillow behind my head, the blue sky and green branches of the shady tree above us.
The warm summer sunshine is filtered through the trees and brushes me gently with its touch.
Do you enjoy that gentle side to side swing we get happening – together?? I know I do.
It makes me feel like I’m in a lullaby –
Rock-a-bye baby, on the tree tops,
When the wind blows, the cradle will rock,
When the bough breaks, the cradle will fall,
And down will come baby, cradle and all.
Except thankfully, I don’t fall! The Mathematician has been very diligent in attaching you, my hammock friend, very securely to the trees!
A perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon, with a book, background music playing nearby and the uplifting thoughts that life is good.
The green garden views around me, the peacefulness, the solitude, the feeling of being in a different world and the simple joy of this perfect day.
It’s hard not to feel happy when I’m with you.
I relax so much I actually drift off to sleep for a few minutes (?) and wake peacefully to more of the same movement and warmth as you cocoon me with your silky touch.
Now that we’ve rediscovered each other, let’s not leave it so long until we do this again.
Life is good and things are looking UP, can you feel it too?
Becoming bold is suiting me!
Thank you hammock friend for a blissful afternoon, reminding me that resting and doing nothing is just as important (maybe even more so), as being productive and on the go.
There’s nothing life hammock life for that uplifted feeling!
Your friend Deb xx
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