Beautiful page, thoughtful writing! Have a wonderful, living-filled day, Ophelia! Thank you for visiting.
Hi Ophelia, wow, got a lookie at all your wonderful journal pages! Beautiful and well done. Thanks for the visit. I love visitors! I also am now one of your followers! Yea!!!
A wonderful page, and it's great to see you blogging again :-) What did you write with on here? Looks like a dip pen? And I LOVE the sentiment. Hear hear!
Love the page and the sentiment. I was just thinking this morning that I need to slow down and pay more attention. Stop and smell the roses.
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I love it here.....so nice to find you.And I grew up not far from you, in Raleigh, near Crabtree.Small world:)nice to "meet" you,Jennifer
I love your romantic collage work, Ophelia! A Happy Wednesday to you too!
It's funny how we can miss the life in life...Such a great page.xxoo
This is gorgeous! Love the distressed feel to the page. :) Now, I'm off to do some living on my own. :)
Good Morning! Thanks for visiting my post. I see you don't live too far from me! <3 Love your blog and your wonderful journal pages! I became a follower. Have a wonderful,. creative day!
Hi Ophelia it's good to be visiting again, and I love your beautiful art...I'm living each day as fully as I can with God's awesome Grace!!! hugs!!
Hi Ophelia! Love this beautiful page! Some good advice for us all to remember!
Thank you so much for the lovely comment on my blog!! Totally agree with your sentiment!
Ophelia, this is just beautiful! It's so good to see you art-ing and blogging again!Love & Hugs.
Beautiful page. It reminds me of a sentiment from the The Dalai Lama, when asked what surprised him most about humanity, he said:“Man. Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.”
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