Thursday, January 31, 2013

This Is A Story About Yesterday

Have you ever seen something so amazing and so beautiful that you could not find one word to explain it?
 Have you ever looked in awe
 as if magic was surrounding you with
 magic make a wish blow flowers
 and you just could not stop looking?
Did you want to touch the magic with your paws?
I did.
It was yesterday, and even if it was for
just a moment
  the beauty made me feel like spinning in circles.
  I wanted to taste this magic and let it tickle my ears
 because I wanted to remember it  forever.
Please last forever I whispered.
The forest
 and all the weeds
 and grass
and everything
 looked like they were bathed in snow white cotton candy.
The world was frozen and so cold as it nipped my nose.
 Globs of beauty soaked into my furs.
 Even my whisper of 'oh gosh' seemed to be coated in the whiteness
 as I watched my breath drift above the branches.
So glorious, I thought to myself.
Cotton candy glorious!
Not one tree uttered a sound as I sat on some low laying branches.
But high above a brave little snow bird
sang some chirps of happiness.
Oh so glorious!
A cotton candy world of magic blow flowers!
 And it all remind me that Mother Earth brought me to this place to find peace and gloriousness, and to remind me that she holds my paw - forever and ever.
This is my story about yesterday and it was a beautiful day.
It was glorious.... and there are no words to describe it.
Nitey nite
love
tweedles

30 comments:

Max Mom said...

Dear Tweedles,

Sometimes it takes an active effort to see the beauty around you...you have made that effort and shared it so beautifully too.

Your words, "...And it all reminds me that Mother Earth brought me to this place to find peace and gloriousness, and to remind me that she holds my paw - forever and ever."...are words that you can hold onto at all times. Don't forget them...they are in your heart and a gift in themself.

I am sending lots of love and warm thoughts from South Africa.
Look after yourself, dear friend.

With love,
MAXMOM IN SOUTH AFRICA

chicamom85 said...

Tweedles, that is so beautiful. I love seeing things through your thoughtful eyes. You never miss, even the smallest insect or flower. You open my eyes to all of the beauty that I sometimes miss. You are beautiful, but I expecially love that your beauty is also deep within.

Loveys Sasha

Payton's mom said...

You have such a beautiful spirit, Twee. We just got snow today but now the wind is blowing so cold that we can not enjoy it as you were able to. We will have to settle for admiring the winter wonderland from inside. Sending you hugs and kisses.
Love,
Christy

tubby3pug said...

Lovely Tweedles have a good time in the snow

urban hounds

Mitch and Molly said...

We hope today is just as beautiful for you, Tweedles!

Love ya lots,
Mitch and Molly

Molly The Wally said...

Fabulous Tweedles, just fabulous. We can picture the scene in our minds' eye. You are right, sometimes you have to catch your breath at the beauty of nature. Have a fabulous Friday.
Best wishes Molly

3 doxies said...

Oh what beautiful words and so inspirational!
I find myslef so many times trying to find da words to describe beauty but sometimes there are just no words.

Puddles

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Oh I love days like that. I hope you have another glorious day soon!

Meredith LeBlanc said...

Tweedles,

We try everyday to remember this, thank you for reminding us :) You have such a beautiful heart.

♥♥♥
Meredith & Scarlet

Idaho PugRanch said...

Tweedles, we love how you see the beauty in everything and your words help us to to see it too!
much luv and hugs
Bailey, Hazel & Greta

Two French Bulldogs said...

Very nice Tweedles
Snorts,
Benny & Lily

Chatty Crone said...

So you had a glorious day my friend - that is so awesome...what is nice too is that you recognized it. Hope you have many, many more.

stellaroselong said...

thank you tweedles for sharing those words and your story with us, i can close my eyes while my momma is reading it to me, and see just what you are talking about...when i read your stories its like watching a picture being painted.
stella rose

KB said...

You described it so beautifully that I could visualize your magic world. I think that I've seen something like that before. I'm so glad that you had those moments of magic and happiness, sweet Tweedles.

Studio at the Farm said...

My sweet Tweedles, that is so wondrously beautiful!!! Thank you so very much. :)

Archie and Melissa said...

good morning twee!

oh my goodness!

your day gave happy goosebumps!

it was so magical and you took us right there with you !

oh thank you so much twee!

i cannot wait for the sun to rise here this morning so we can play in the forest and eat cotton candy with you today!

i can hear the birdies chirpy chirpy god morning to us already!

Soggibottom said...

Well just look at that little Tweedles... You see so many things that some never ever see, even though they strain their eye's.. nope they never see what is right under their nose :-) I'm so pleased you remind everyone.. guess what ?
Yep.. we had visitors, when they left it was dark.. so we just had to have a star gazing lesson :-)No moon. Good for star gazing :-) x x x

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

Dearest Friend, there ARE words and you used them so beautifully to give us all the wonderful gift of sharing this magical specialness. Thank you for filling our day with such loveliness and insight.

Gina Gao said...

You have such a wonderful spirit! I liked this post very much.

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Poppy said...

I think you found just the right words to describe it, Tweedles. The magic make a wish blow flowers sound lovely!

Poppy

Mollie said...

We hope today and everyday is beautiful :) xx00xx

Mollie and Alfie

Sammy and Neko said...

Woof. Yes, we all need to slow down and appreciate what we have... house, humans, and surroundings. thank you, Tweedles. : )

Sharon Wagner said...

I think yours is the first story I've read about yesterday. You are one step ahead Tweedles. Creative and on point!

Jacobi said...

Dear Tweedles,

That is a beautiful story about Mother Earth. I like examining beauty best with my nose... You examine it with all your senses!

Licks,
Cobi

Sandy said...

All the doggies around here have been laying low and not out playing in the snow. They've been listening to the weather too much, talking about how bad it's gonna be...then again, you could have been romping about on the beach where I was recently, sniffing out the moment with the smart dog...might have enjoyed that more then cold white stuff, lol.

Mary Ann said...

Oh, Tweedles... I was having a hard day and I just read this post...seven days after you wrote it... but it made my heart feel so much better and I just wanted you to know that.

Raelyn said...

Tweedles....
I've been a stranger in these parts of Blogville, lately!! It feels so good to be back!! ;-D
That. Is. Gorgeous. ;op
Love, Raelyn.... Plus Rose, my BEAUTIFULLY UNIQUE "Mystery Dog"!!

Linda Jackson said...

I am so happy to have found your blog. What a beautiful ray of sunsine on a bleary winters day! :)

Chihuahua Girl said...

Hi Tweedles. You crossed our minds today and we wanted to stop by your blog and say "hi!" Hope you have many more beautiful days to come. :-)

Waggy Tails and Puppy Kisses,

~ The Park Avenue Chihuahua Crew

haopee said...

You know... if I didn't know you were a romantic little Tweedles, I'd say you're an Edgar Allan Poe descendant.

LOL.

Huggies and Cheese,

Haopee