For a moment, I thought I was Alice, as its great maw gaped at me. Ah to tumble down into the dark and see where it should lead. Maybe to find Wonderland. One never truly outgrows the hunger for adventure and a new storyline, do they?
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All nature, my friend. All nature. I was just lucky to stumble by. Thanks for coming by.
Ah! wish I could find a place like that. Would love to tumble down too. 🙂
Isn’t it funny? All of us walking around looking for holes to fall down. How did we come to create worlds with such predictability, habit and routine, when really, all of our hearts yearn for open fields and rabbit holes?
No and aging doesn’t decrease the desire for adventure at all….thank you Spirit!
No, I think I actually understand Alice’s adventure far more today than when I was a child reading it.
Hmm. I hadn’t thought of her story in those terms. But it is one adventure after another.
Absolutely. Each moment challenges who she thinks she is, what she thinks she can do, how she sees the world and what she is prepared to risk for her own happiness. Fabulous really.
It has been a long time. Seems I should re-read it again with these points in mind. Thanks for being so succinct. Liz
Glorious post full of the joy of adventure and taking life (with all its turns) as it comes♥
Am even loving this dialogue of replies to your sweet post here! 🙂
Thank you for sharing your light and for dropping by my site with your warmth, my friend.
Do take good care and stay precious, too
You have a lovely blog, my friend. Thanks for stopping by my sight. I’d offer you coffee but the keyboard would be a mess….. Peace to your weekend.
Hehe, thank you for your love and warmth, kind friend♥
Do take good care, too 🙂
Never….at least for me! I love adventure and the story that goes with it. 😉
Me, too and truthfully, I think it is the true Fountain of Youth. The desire to still go out into the world and be surprised by it and yourself. That, more than anything, is what keeps you young. Thanks so much for stopping by!
This natural scene looks great in B&W and your words challenge us to say yes to adventure!! (which is what I usually say)
Every moment is an adventure or a tragedy. We get to choose. Thanks for stopping in, my friend.