blue skies, faces turned
upward, feeling warmth return
breath prayer: welcome
welcome a fresh start. welcome a full week. welcome connecting with friends (near and far). welcome another day of sunshine (we’ve had three in a row and this makes four – the longest stretch of 2020!). welcome a reasonable to-do list. welcome signs of spring. welcome all.
What are you welcoming today?
Wishing you a lovely week!
14 thoughts on “A Monday Haiku.”
I’ll welcome a nap hopefully this afternoon! It is so nice to have sunshine though!
I am welcoming a sunny sky and warmer temps, at least today; tomorrow, gathering with friends, going to the opera Saturday, a week at home, essentially and getting better, every day. I also welcome those lovely bright and happy daffodils and the delightful Haiku. What a wonderful way to start a week. Thank you!
I’m welcoming a perfect day to hang all my laundry on the line and then a walk down to Central Taven for some yummy lunch and a drink. It looks like you are welcoming full-on spring!
delightful! Happy Monday to you 🙂
What a lovely way to begin your blogpost :). You are a real wordsmith. Very uplifting despite our continuing rain – oh for a dollop of your sunshine! I am welcoming a quiet week at home, this week :).
I am welcoming the warm day and an after work dog walk that doesn’t require racing the sun!
I’m welcoming spring . . . with (finally!) my first sighting of robins this year!
I’ve been not only welcoming but embracing the sunshine today — third day in a row! Tomorrow we’re sadly back to rain.
Warm weather! (although no daffodils here yet!) But, my forsythia are ready to explode!
Our daffodils have just poked their heads out—1/2 inch??? Nonetheless, I’m celebrating a lovely, sunny, very warm day! Each one is one day closer to May when we have hope of truly having spring!
I welcomed the afternoon sunshine! Perfect for a walk after work. Also the strength and stress reduction series on the Sisterhood
That’s a beautiful photo! I am welcoming sitting with my feelings. It’s a difficult thing for me but I’m trying.
What a lovely haiku. I welcomed rain on Monday. I know many areas are saturated but in southeast Nebraska the soil is dry and last week the air was full of dust as the winds gusted and blew a gale. Today I welcomed a refreshing walk in more seasonable temperatures.
Getting home early from work-but after a visit to the dentist. Still worth it.
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