Wednesday, June 18, 2014


And it's true Gentle Reader that nobody cast a supernatural incantation of any supernatural manner calling for an eternal night to fall across the land.  And because of that, the sun eventually rose for morning and later on afternoon to shine across the land.  And plants both indoors and outdoors was thankful for the return of the sun because the moonlight alone won't be enough.  And the need to enjoy breakfast won't be the same if darkness came along with the arrival of morning.  The hopeful optimism of daylight is needed to balance the sad gloomy darkness.  And so the cycle continues with daylight's turn to shine above us all across this great land of ours.
And as I'm lost in thought in the bright sunlight, here are some photos of Barbara Palvin.

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