Sannel Larson

Friday, August 16, 2013

The Dreamer - A Haiga

 I usually do not have my head in the clouds. I'm actually quite level-headed and a realist. However, like all of us, I do have my dreams, and I work hard to accomplish them, but some will just become dreams and that's okay too, because it's rather fun to build castles in the sky. . .

Sannel



14 comments:

  1. It's OK to have your head in the clouds at times, Sannel. If fact, I would say it's necessary. We all have dreams. The clouds are where we found them in the first place. As writers, I think it's important we have our heads up there more often than most! Knowing how practical and realistic you are, I'm pleased to read this wonderful haiga from you! Keep your head up there and keep working on those dreams!

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  2. Hello Sannel,
    Such a lovely and fun pic. I keep my head in the clouds quite often. I would say it is a good place for most writers..haha Thank you for sharing
    Love,
    Kimmie

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  3. Rick, yes, it's quite an enjoyable pastime to build castles in the sky. I agree, as writers, so much of our inspiration comes right from there.
    Thank you, my friend for your profound comment. I'll now go and stick my head up in the clouds again. . .
    Keep on dreaming!
    Sannel

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  4. Hello Kimmie! Hahaha. . . Yes, I think we writers, have a tendency to have our heads in the clouds more often than the ordinary person. Well, how else would we survive. . . Lol!
    Love and Hugs,
    Sannel

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  5. It's important to not only look down, there is gold to discover in the clouds, for every silver lining tells us a story, the sky and clouds hover above and watch over us. Somehow there is a good feeling about their protection. Although mankind is destroying earth, mother nature will always take care of her own. Lovely Haiga my dear, now get your head out of those clouds and get back to writing prose. LoL Hugs from me to you.

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  6. My dad used to say to me, "Earth to Sue, earth to Sue, get your head out of the clouds, I'm talking to you." I've always been such a daydreamer. Enjoyed your Haiga and the picture is lovely.

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  7. Hugs Sannel... lovely thought of you just being you... dream away and where ever you find your head your heart will follow...

    Hugs from Canada

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  8. Very encouraging words Sannel! I am just awakening on a Saturday morning. I think I will look for the clouds in the garden and chat with a friend . . .


    thank you for your creativeness and delightful expression offering playfulness as writers to share our lives with all . . .

    Mitch

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  9. Hi Sannel,

    Beautiful Haiga! Don't give up on your dreams.:)

    Hugs
    Sue

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  10. Vincent
    Susan
    Rolly
    Mitch
    Audrey
    Sue. . .

    Thank you all for your time and wonderful and profound comments. I truly appreciate your loyalty and constant support. Now, let me go back to my dreams. . . .
    Hugs,
    Sannel

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  11. I always leave your place feeling peaceful and refreshed...you are indeed a source of comfort and inspiration, Sannel.

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  12. Sometimes I'm thrilled with the castle I build in the air.
    I loved the picture as well as the text.

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  13. Maria and Vinaya, every time you come to visit, you bring a joy to my heart. Thank you, my dear friends.
    Love and hugs,
    Sannel

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Thank you !