I’d like you to meet Marge, my Haiku muse. I’ve been following her blog for some time now. She inspires me to keep writing Haiku. Even though I’ve never met her I consider her a friend. Thanks again Marge for the inspiration. Fabulous photos!






Last NIGHT we had our first wee snow fall. It made me feel COZY inside as I watched from the window, surrounded by twinkle LIGHTS and candles. Fast forward to this MORNING. It was early. I had my coat on over my jammies and bathrobe when I took Quincy out, a fashion statement gone awry. It was the frost, the light, the dark, the shadows, the falling leaves that made me want to scream with JOY. I ran back in to get my camera. There I was clicking away, hands stiff from the cold, but my ZEN EYES filled with delight. So many observations made, haiku flying through my head. The journey continued a couple of hours later, sans nighttime attire, when I took my daily constitutional. The early bird gets the worm! Had I waited until late morning, all the magic would have disappeared like the rabbit in a…

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6 Responses to THE LIGHT JUST SO

  1. Aw Suellen, what a lovely surprise. Thank you, thank you. So happy to be your Haiku muse.
    Xo, Margie

    • Suellen says:

      You are most welcome. I wrote one in my head while walking the other day after reading your post, but completely forgot about it until now. I’ll have to start using Suri again when I get inspired on my walks. She’s a big help.

      • Or, keep a little notebook and pen handy. You never know when they will pop into your head. I found the cutest little gardening apron, and it can be very handy to tie on when you go for a walk as it has pockets for all your goodies, including all important doggie treats! Just think your camera, small notebook and pen, telephone if you take one with you…fun! Also think about doing a list of observations like I recently did. I could see you really having great fun with that. Keep writing those haiku my friend, and thanks again!

      • Haha, just thought, of course you take your phone or you wouldn’t be able to talk to Siri. Oops!

  2. Tammy says:

    Ahhh so very lovely! Thank you for sharing Margies magic! Big guant hug! T

    • Suellen says:

      She writes beautiful Haiku. Check out her blog, you’d like it. BTW, Eddie and I will be in NYC next month, but only for a long weekend. I’ll call to see if there’s any chance you might be able to get into the city. xxoo

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