On a long winded bus journey I read Bob Dylan's words from his Grandmother, "Happiness isn't on the road to anything. Happiness is the road" and "Be kind because everyone you'll ever meet is fighting a hard battle." These ring true and it is something I wish everyone would always contemplate when in a self-absorbed fit of anger or depression or even when feeling on top of the world... What wonderful quotes!
And the above title rings true too, thanks to my mither and Shakespeare for that one! I have had trouble sleeping but last night had the most wonderful long sleep and ach did I have vivid dreams! I sketched a few things and maybe have found a key to help me get back on my old track with my photography projects which have dwindled and have been on pause for way too long now...
I have a very stressful thing in my personal life going on (which I do not wish to blog about!) along with a much feared event approaching that tangles me on the inside.... but only a few more tormenting days left... after that I hope that I can rebuild my brain a little and get back on the track I wish to be on!
These pictures are of a lovely place we cycle along near our home. It used to be a railway track and this old shelter was hidden for so long under lush greens! There are men in florescent coats measuring the place with instruments and things and I hope it will not get torn down! We thought we better picture it on one of our cycles, so we did! And I share but a few!
Here's hoping for another good night's sleep tonight for me and of course for you too! x