Monday, November 8, 2010

I can feel the quietness out there. More importantly I can feel the quietness inside me.
After the craziness of wedding planning,
after the magic of the day itself,
after moving house,
after some traumatic events that  I'll tell you about another day,

... everything is back to normal. And this is a good thing. For now.

I'm enjoying autumn, quiet evenings. The peace, the stillness. Soon I'll be restless again. I can't stay still for too long. And I'm already looking forward to the madness of Christmas, the excitement and possibilities of the New Year. But for now, this peace is all I need.


  1. I love when things are quiet even if its just for a moment! =)

  2. Sounds like you're in a good place B.

  3. Your words alongside those gorgeous pictures make me feel calm and quiet, too. Beautiful post, B.

  4. I know how you feel, it's a strange peacefulness after months of flurry and's wonderful to get back to a new normal, and then look ahead with more exciting things to do and plan and look forward to :)

  5. Good to have you back. This is the season for the quiet and long evenings.

  6. I remember that feeling, of newlywed peace, when the neverending to-do list was done, and we finally got to look around, and breathe, and enjoy.
    Glad you're back.

  7. Congratulations!! Please come back to CV. I am filling in for Jane while she is away and this Wednesday we are writing about a topic you suggested a while back. Autumn.

  8. Enjoy peace... and thanks for sharing yours!

  9. Welcome back! Sorry to hear that things have been a little crazy for your, but hopefully now you will have some time to just enjoy the stillness. It is a good thing.

  10. Autumn is often a hectic season for me but I am finally enjoying a slower paced autumn because I am MUCH more peaceful inside than I have ever been in a looooong time!

    I am happy to hear that you are enjoying some peace too.

    Let us know what kind of things you are planning to do when the restlessness starts ;-) Let's see if I can keep up with you...especially since I have decided that this winter I am going to finish my first draft of the story that I have been writing for ages!

    all the best to you!

  11. hey amm is really too much for me hahaha im not addict in this but i have a blog to because i like to express myself

  12. Hi,

    your photos are very beautiful and mysterious :) I think you like to capture the moment and when you take a shot :)

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