Monday, May 9, 2016

Moments

We do not remember days, we remember moments. - Cesare Pavese

Not all of my moments are preserved in pictures although it is much easier now, in this digital age, to pull out my phone and snap a picture. 

Here are a few:


This is a huge Live Oak in St. Augustine just across from the lighthouse. It is magnificent. It would have been nice to have that in my back yard when I was a kid (read tomboy). I loved to climb trees.


A close up of Rosie after devouring his birthday present at his Sweet Sixteen party. Details here. Miss you buddy!


This is one of the best pictures I have of Dood. He never seemed interested in the cat tree. That was always Sophie's domain. Until one day when he decided to venture up to the second perch right next to the window.  I miss you too, Dood!


What's better than a beautiful sunset at the beach? We were vacationing with friends and this was our bon voyage gift from the beach.


They are more than just moments, they are precious memories. The days go by...the moments remain.


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9 comments:

  1. Hi Linda - lovely photos - the tree of life ... with so much tapestry of our activity hanging from its branches ... and then your '4 legged handsomenesses' .. they keep us amused ... and give us many moments ...

    Moments - yes our life is made up of moments - lovely special ones .. cheers Hilary

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    1. I have so many moments, yet there are some gaps in my memory. I guess there just isn't room for everything and that why the moments are so important.

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  2. That is certainly a magnificent tree. What a wonderful picture.

    AWWWW, your cats were precious. I can certainly relate. I lost my Carmen last year at 16 and I miss her every day. The precious thing about dear pets though, is the great joy they give us during their lifetime and the wonderful memories there after.

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    1. So sorry about Carmen. She and Rosie were the same age. The joy they give is truly undeniable.

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  3. Such a great quote and so true.
    Memories...and moments...I hope I don't ever forget.

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    1. Hi Christine, I don't want to forget my moments either. Btw, I still don't seem to be able to comment on your blog. :(

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  4. That tree would have been awesome to climb!

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    1. Yes it would! I could have spent hours hanging out there.

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  5. Awww bittersweet with the images of your two beautiful furry babies. I miss mine as well.

    The tree is amazing.. what a beautiful piece of nature to be hold. And the sunset.. it would be difficult to look away. Thanks for sharing these lovely moments.

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