Thursday, March 19, 2009

Theme Thursday - I Wish...

I wish...

*that it wasn't so hard to remember the promise of spring in the middle of winter.

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*that it was easy to remember that every journey starts with a single step.

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*that life didn't always move at the speed of rushing water.

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*that everyone had a life so filled with love that you can't help but to be thankful.

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*that everyone knows the feeling of attaining something that they worked so hard for.

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I wish a million things...for more wishes, see what everyone has to share at Stacy's!

15 comments:

Stacy said...

Wonderful, wonderful post Maggie! I love the 4th wish and wish the same thing. Well, I wish the rest of them, too! Beautiful photos to go along with them, too. :)

Megan said...

lovely post, maggie; great shots, too :).

Jen said...

What a perfect post. There's so much to wish for and I love yours.

jamestownboys said...

What a fun inspiring post - great to start my day :)

MamaGeek @ Works For Us said...

Oh Maggie. Me TOO! ME TOO! That first shot is beyond words.

Christina said...

What a beautiful, inspiring words - both the words and images!

carrie said...

what a great post, great wishes and just wonderful photos, too!

Cara said...

That was an amazing post! Very inspiring with perfect pictures!

Maya said...

I love this post! Oh yes, how I wish spring would stay year round!!

Shalee said...

Yay Maggie!!!!! What a wonderful way to end your inspiring post. Congratulations on that HUGE achievement!

Arizaphale said...

And may you always be blessed with your wishes. Gorgeous shots.

Jaimee said...

Beautiful post and gorgeous pictures Maggie!

brandyismagic said...

Aww I loved this! Definitely a great read.

Dawn said...

I love all the green in this post!!

Michelle Sparks said...

I stumbled across your blog because I am obsessed with photography. From your pics, I could tell you live in KC. And then I saw your KCUMB acceptance letter, and thought "what a small world". I help their students with housing and probably met you (very quickly) when you interviewed. Congrats. And amazing photos!!!