so very true and also very easy when traveling with a little one!!love the image, LOVE her hat!!
Love. Images where I can just imagine her countenance, mood, reverie-love those. It offers something to me as a viewer. Like a little gift where I can be creative.Never thought about missing (anything) as an opportunity to be sure to get another one. The chorus I photographed in Cuba sings a song where the refrain goes "there's another train, there always is. maybe the next one is yours, get up and climb aboard, another train" so poignant for life and its ups and downs. I think it is my favorite that they perform.Thanks for the pic and the time to think a bit.
At least she has someone to share a conversation with during her wait.. goo goo gah gah...
Hi Kathy! Haven't been here forever! Thanks for linking up. (sorry, I don't blog on Sat and Sun) I know, my HM loves for me to shop at Savers. Sometimes he goes with me and find deals for him; boots for $12 (retail $200), cool 4 function flashlight for $3, $2 golf shirts WITH a pocket. Last month our bedding was a mess. We bought a mattress pad, fitting sheet and flat sheet for our Queen bed = $11 TOTAL! They are all top quality and look brand new, too. Hopefully my thrifty deals are inspiring. (hug)
Then you can wait calmly and there is not need for frantic rushing. I love this method of train travelMollyxxx
love the quote - fits the photo perfectly.
Great image of the waiting lady and child. I hate to wait for anything, Sort on patience.
Wonderful image--so many stories in that photo. And I love the quote, too. So true. :-)
So true! How many trains do we miss in life that by happenstance take us on rides we would have never dreamed? Love it!
What a sweet photo!
There is a song, called "waiting for my train" - sung by NYC street artists. I did a dance in our company show to it once (-:
Cute shot this is, and all ready for the Sun to come! HOpe you are having a super week!
So true... What a great shot..