It’s Beneath Us

I’m certain some people read my blog because they love wine, but for over a month most of my posts have been in pictorial form about my vacation, or ceilings on my vacation or looking up trees….hence the title “Oldfield Wanderings”.

This one is about rocks and sand.  At least a blog about dirt is getting closer to vines, if that’s what you’re tuning in for.

It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength.~Maya Angelou 


Creativity is the power to connect the seemingly unconnected.~William Plomer

Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.~William James


It is wrong to expect a reward for your struggles. The reward is the act of struggle itself, not what you win.~Phil Ochs


Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.~Khalil Gibran


I have just got a new theory of eternity.~Albert Einstein

About Sandra Oldfield

You can find out a bit more about me through the "About Me" page at the top of my blog.
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6 Responses to It’s Beneath Us

  1. Korol says:

    Wow, your artistic side is really emerging. Lovely

  2. alazscar says:

    Sandra, I have found that people who appreciate wine all have a high AQ (appreciation quotient) and that this even extends to rocks, sand and feathers.

  3. Gillian says:

    Beautiful and thoughtful – so pleased to see the lines of Khalil Gibran. Thank you.

  4. sharon says:

    love and miss you. got the picture…….oh boy, I am happy.

  5. Sandra, shortly after moving to Nova Scotia we collected some beach stones, shells, beach glass, small pieces of drift wood and dried seaweed and a blue jay feather as well as about 3 pounds of fine white sand from a beach and shipped it to @figandpepper ‘s 3 year old god son in Kelowna. Included were instructions to his mom to place the sand in a container and bury the rocks, shells , glass, etc.. underneath, with the feather on top, for her son to explore.

    Needless to say he was wide eyed with excitement as he dug about the sand to find the interesting bits. He can’t wait to visit “aunties Ova Scotia”. He even told his mom he was planning a trip soon and wanted to know how long it would take for him to walk there.

    Awesome.

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