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Monday, April 28, 2014

take-a-word: leisure

[would literally translate: "letting dangle the soul"]
which is an idiom for "to leave all one´s cares behind"

actually i had the most beautiful leisure day last thursday as shown in my last post here.

17 comments:

  1. This is brilliant, it doesn't need anything more.
    Your leisure day in the garden looks indeed absolutely perfect. Wonderful photos.

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  2. Love that phrase...let dangle the soul. I will be using that one.
    Love the cool simplicity of this!

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  3. Lovely photos of your day out! And the idea of lazing in a hammock and letting my soul dangle is superb! xx

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  4. I once went to a hypnotist to help me stop smoking, and he said "Close your eyes. Picture a hammock between two trees". This is what I should have pictured!!! He wasn't successful at the time, but I eventually DID stop smoking without his help. Love your hammock, Johanna!

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  5. Haaaa, I knew It would be powerful and dreamy at the same time! Johanna! I love the colors and the striking effect of them! And this idea is fantastic!! :)

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  6. OH ja das ist fantastisch. Was für eine schöne Idee, Johannq! Ein Traum so unbeschwert bei mittleren Temperaturen in der Hängematte zu relaxen. Blöd nur, dass mich die "restless legs" oft daran hindern
    LG anja

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  7. This makes me feel relaxed just looking at it. Love all the lime green.

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  8. Great take on leisure - looks relaxing.

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  9. It would be quite wonderful to rest in a hammock. I just hope there weren't any bugs around!

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  10. Lying in a hammock and relax, perfect, a wonderful leisure piece Johanna.
    Anni

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  11. Genau so soll frau die Seele baumeln lassen! Zwei tolle neue Collagen sind da hier zu genießen!

    Und gerade hab ich Deine tollen Schloßparkbilder bewundert..meine Seele..da schwelge ich in Erinnerungen...weisst Du das?
    Als ich 15 Jahre alt war und wir in der Stöberlstrasse in München/Laim wohnten und mein Eltern keine Zeit und kein Geld hatten mich irgendwo hin in den großen Ferien zu schicken...
    bin ich fast jeden Tag mit dem Fahrrad nach Nymphenburg gefahren...

    HIHI...

    aber ich hab keinerlei Erinnerung an irgendwelche Pflanzen da..
    hatte wohl immer schon eher den "ungrünen" Daumen...lol!

    sei mir lieb gegrüßt

    Susi

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  12. Ja, so möchte man gerne die Seele baumeln lassen.

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  13. Wow now that's leisure what a great idea a hammock in the shade...well done love your silhouettes.

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  14. I visited your last post, Johanna, and have to agree that that's a brilliant way to spend you leisure. BUT THEN I SAW THIS POST and thought perhaps lounging in a hammock wins. Great work, my friend.

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  15. ooo I want to dangle my soul in this place you have created Johanna...looks perfect in every way...so nice seeing green again with Spring popping
    Happy Weekend
    and
    Happy May!
    oxo

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  16. Mit nur drei Farben ein herrliches Bild zu zaubern ist dir großartig gelungen. Der Sommer naht und mit ihm die warmen Sonnenstrahlen, die mich ganz verzückt in diese schöne Hängematte steigen lassen.
    LG von der singenden Amsel

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