Tag Archives: movement

Dusk at the border – Iain Kelly #writephoto

Dusk, the start of the night shift that no one wants to do. Bálint watches the sun dip down across the river, it’s reflection glinting off the water. A week of this to come before he returns to the lazy … Continue reading

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Tales on the riverbank…

“Have you ever wondered if you could actually walk on water?” Almost the first glimpse of the river looked as if a pathway through the grass continued, uninterrupted across the water, which might have explained the odd musing as we … Continue reading

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So, You Used To Be A Dancer? Life Lessons From Dancing from Sirena Tales

Reblogged from Sirena Tales: “Ask [yourself] what makes you come alive and go do it.  Because what the world needs are people who have come alive.”~~Howard Thurman People keep coming across my path, voicing their passions along with their regret … Continue reading

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Double negatives and the dancer

Ani was not pleased with my refusal to run this morning. I couldn’t sleep last night with it and I’m reluctant to move this morning, even though I know that movement holds the relief from the pain in the joints. … Continue reading

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