Zunday Zen … Please! Stop and smell the Roses

Musings, Nature, Out and About, Photography, Zunday Zen

Take time to smell the roses!
It’s so easy to forget.
Sometimes, chores should wait!
Busy, busy, busy.
“I can relax tomorrow!”
All too often
tomorrow never comes!
Nothing should be more important
then to make a little time for yourself!
A moment in your day
where you
simply stop
and smell the roses!


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My passions in life are vegetarian cooking, gardening, photography, writing, good books, traveling and nature. Thanks for stopping by, Sabine

15 thoughts on “Zunday Zen … Please! Stop and smell the Roses”

  1. That’s so true! We all should try to do that… I do try to remember too look around and enjoy, every now and then. But often it’s just busy busy busy… Lovely photos!

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  2. I just cut mine way back and hope that they will come back better next year. If not, I’ll start from scratch. I remember walking through that garden. Those are beautiful roses.

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  3. I deleted my photoblog last year due to lack of time. I don’t know if You’re using Radcliff as theme but it resembles mine. Maybe I will revive it in the winter when I have more time. No gardening to do 🙂


  4. Reblogged this on Simply Marquessa and commented:
    REBLOG: Sabine nominated me for an Infinity Dreams award here and since my blog is an award-free zone, I’m showing my appreciation with this reblog of one of the many posts I have enjoyed. Not only is this blog eye candy for the soul, Sabine shows her effortless talent to showcase her ability to capture such beautiful shots. My favorite feature? Zunday Zen!

    Be sure to check out incahootswithmuddyboots!

    M xoxo


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