For once.Not a participant.
Just once.To sit and watch the world go by.
What a handsome, pensive young man!
Cool photo, Mervat.What a cute little Mr.6! Was he feeling a little impatient? His body language is telling me that something is up.xx♥
You know I have always been the observer, never really participating, watching the world go by. And its not really an nice feeling.Hope u r feeling better.
So lovely, so sweet!And your son is a handsome one, adorable...about the same age as my Meggie :)I wanted to stop by and thank you so much for all the utterly amazing comments you've left on my blogs. Your words are beautiful, they are supportive and wise, so often just what I needed to hear...truly, I am blessed by knowing you.Thank you.
He's so handsome and looks so annoyed. I love the poem too!
I agree with Kim, he does look a little impatient.
A handsome young man. I had to enlarge the photo and have a good look. I don't think he looks impatient, I think he looks like he wonders about something, like he is curious. What a heartbreaker he's going to grow up to be, eh?Darla
Yes, I would. In a smoking jacket with a pipe. Impervious to any assault. ~Mary
Hmmm....I'm doing that right now, in recovery-mode. It's a wonderful thing :)
What a good looking young man in a thoughtful pose! We can all learn so much by just observing. I used to do that a lot when I was single. It can be very inspiring for a writer too!
Suko: Thank you! He is pensive more than a six-year old should be sometimes.Natalie: Thank you so much. Actually, he wasn't impatient at all. My husband sat him up on that pillar and he sat there watching the action in the distance.MyHijab: I like & appreciate your perspective. Thanks honey! xoKayleigh: Thank you so much my friend. From what you have shared with us, Meggie appears much wiser than her years.And you are so welcome. Words don't begin to describe how I am feeling for you and your family. I think of you all the time. I wish you a speedy recovery and that life gets back to normal for you all. I, and many of your readers will be eagerly awaiting your updates, when you can make them.Much love to you dear, dear friend.xxooKim: Oh, thank you so much! He was actually quite relaxed and sat watching a ship in the distance.La Belette Rouge: And he kept watching that ship until it was out of view. And then there were 1001 questions relating to where it came from, where it was going and why he couldn't see it anymore!Darla: Thank you so much. You are absolutely right. He was, and is very much, curious about many things, and at the time it was the ship in the distance. Right now it is questions about the universe and its planets, how they got there and what will happen us if they were to crash into eachother! FrankandMary: Mmmm sounds good to me. ♥ Braja: Thank you for visiting. Yes, sit back and relax and be as observant as you wish. It is well deserved and it is sooo good to have you back! septembermom: Thank you! I think you are absolutely right. And, we have much to learn much from eachother.
Cute.I'd love to sit and observe. We should do that more often.Glad you are feeling better Mervat.
great picture- i love to sit an watch the world go by x
Why not more than once? :)If a six year old knows that this makes him feel good, we adults can definitely learn a thing or two from him. He's adorable.
SSQuo: You are so right. Young ones can teach us so much. The funny thing is, on that day he asked me why we were in such a hurry and why we couldn't just watch all the ship in the harbour? Looking back I wish we did.
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