Saturday, March 24, 2012

...you catch yourself...

“well, you know when you're rocking in a rocking chair,
 and you go so far that you almost fall over backwards,
but at the last instant you catch yourself?
 that's how I feel all the time”
stephen wright

i have a couple.
of new items.
for sitting on the porch with.
this is a wonderful rocker.
i brought it out during.
our 80 degree temps.
but put it back when rain.
was in the air.
i see many content moments.
ahead for me.
as i rock.
with my coffee.
and just breathe in the day.
for more shadows.
happy 'moment savoring' weekend.
just BE.
robin.

20 comments:

Kelly said...

Rocking chairs are wonderful things - they bring out the best in us. :) I hope it has a pleasant "creak" to it.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Great quote from Stephen Wright! I feel like I'm catching myself all the time!

Shifting Shadows

Sylvia K said...

I love rocking chairs and what a great quote from Stephen Wright! Hope you have lots of chances to enjoy, to rock, to breathe every day, Robin!

Sylvia

Carletta said...

I have four rockers on my front porch so everyone can have one. :)
I not only like your subtle shadows but the worn patina of the paint as well!
I haven't thought of Stephen Wright in a long while - love him and this quote!

Ralph said...

We think of the rocker a a device for a mom to rock the baby gently to sleep. Yet, the grown-ups too need to be soothed by the gentle fore-and-aft rocking motion. On a warm day, the gentle motions are relaxing - but don't rock back too far!

Patti said...

I also love Stephen Wright's quote. I do know how he feels. ;-)

Rocking chairs are wonderful things. I have one inside that I almost never use. Must do better!

Have a fun week seeking shadows!

BLOGitse said...

I remember my grandmother's rocking chair...there was a carpet or some kind of blanket on it.
'those were the days my friend....'
Rocking weekend! :)

Chubby Chieque said...

LoL* that a butt catcher? Funny enough.

In my language Tagalog, the Philippine language... if you translate chair? Salung-puwit, it means salu- catch-puwit butt... Now, you know...

Happy SSS,

Blessings,
/CC

John McElveen said...

Robin- I would sit and rock with you any day! Such wonderful soft spindles in the chair!

ROCK ON!!!!!

John

Beverley Baird said...

Lovely quote and shadow!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Beautiful sense of intimacy in these gentle shadows and macro of the rocking chair!

EG CameraGirl said...

Sounds wonderful to have a rocking chair to sit in and watch the world go by. And the shadow of the rungs on the seat are quite attractive.

namaki said...

quite subtle ! I like it !

Lighthousegal said...

Great shadows on the rocker.

I sure miss the days of sitting on the front porch of my parents house in the rocker or gliding bench. We enjoyed many mornings and evenings on that porch and many conversations. Thanks for reminding me of those times!!

Paula Scott said...

Ahhhhh......bliss in such a wonderful chair. I must say, I find myself coveting it quite badly!

chubskulit said...

Captured beautifully! Thank you for your gorgeous contribution to Shadow Shot Sunday 2.


Shadows of Nothingness, have a blessed Sunday!
Rose

frayedattheedge said...

I hope you have a patchwork quilt to put over your knees when it is cooler!!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

rocking...just 'breathing in the day'....love the thought behind this awesome shadowed rocker!!!

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Good morning Robin! We love the curve of this chair and it's shadows....looks like it's a nice addition to your porch...and this WEATHER...what a lovley treat, yes we are enjoying it as much as we can, but we see that the REAL spring weather is coming!
HAve a great week,
Karla & Karrie

(Love your focus quote as well :))

TexWisGirl said...

love the subtle textures in the wood...