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Baby elephant rescue!

I love elephants.

Elephants are magnificent, intelligent, amazing animals.

For a very long time I have thought I would love to have my own elephant, but alas! the darling creature would eat us into poverty, I’m afraid.

Yesterday I came across this YouTube video that I know will help you see more of how wonderful and intelligent they really are.  Enjoy.

http://youtu.be/ITcTcpOv92I

After watching this I got thinking about the parallel of family and fellowships and writing. If we are fortunate, we can find ourselves surrounded by those who care about us, who love us and watch out for us, encouraging us when we need it. And if we are very fortunate, some of those will be of “like-mind”, enjoying and participating in the same things that interest us.

That, for me now, is writing. If you are a writer and have friends and acquaintances who also are writers, who understand your highs and lows in the process, who are willing to stand by you when you get mired in life stuff or writing woes of anxiety or the agony of writer’s block, then you are truly blessed. If you have someone who is stalwart in seeing you get out of that hard place, then you .. my friend .. have a rich and beautiful gift. Appreciate it.

What does this video speak to you? Does it parallel anything in your life?

Thanks for reading, and … Creative Musings!  🙂

 

Summer is here! Add to the list with YOUR fave summer words

WELCOME — BEAUTIFUL, LONG-AWAITED SUMMER!

I’m so glad you’re here!

SUMMER …  sunshine, sweet-smelling flowers and grasses, fresh fruit,

 

glorious colours,  bird songs, new growing things, baby animals,

 

beaches and sand …

 

and so, so, so much more.

This post is going to be different.

I want YOU, dear reader, to add in the comments section YOUR favourite words, memories, sensations that speak to you of Summer.  Close your eyes and imagine … breathe it in …

Let your creative spirit soar. I am eager to share in what Summer means to you.  🙂

Thanks for reading, and … Creative Musings!  🙂