Today was a day of intention. Intention to hang around “home” for awhile – without dashing off anywhere.
It felt great to be leisurely, without rush. To sit a spell in this particular, locale.
Time for me to take photographs around our place of lodging.
Time to walk through the front door of the gorgeous town church. To sit and pray, spend time with God.
Time to sit outside and enjoy eating pizza that was cooked by using thermal heat.
Time to take a short drive to visit a potter and glass maker we have known for a number of years.
Then time to drive a little further to a sheep farm where the owner dyes the sheared fur by using local plants for color. She then spins it all into yarn. She was a real delight.
Then time to mosey on down the road, finding horse and sheep posing, a beautiful small church, and more Icelandic vistas.
Of course finding time for ice cream!
Lastly, time to sit a spell on the deck as day slowwwly draws to a close – sometime in the next couple of hours. 11:10pm to be exact.
“Each day, and the living of it, has to be a conscious creation in which discipline and order are relieved with some play and pure foolishness.” May Sarton
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This does not get old. Amazing.