Saturday, July 6, 2013

calling home


~staying in touch, picking up the phone, writing a postcard, sharing. I want to prioritize it more, my long distance relationships.

counting the days before going to sweden, looking forward, anticipating.


Monica G. M said...

love how this capture tells the story of a tired traveller, reaching out, reconnecting.

(i need your place of birth)

Sally Tharpe Rowles said...

Great photo!

Seraphina Theresa said...

Love the picture with the cacti from the last post.

Geoff said...

Modern travel can weary even the veteran ... giving cause to reach out and connect ... your picture shows this beautifully :-)

Miss Upsey Daisy said...

Hur länge kan du stanna?

till-vidas-ara said...

Ååh..du åker snart! du minns att du är så väldigt välkommen om vägarna går här förbi. det hade varit så fint så fint, som finaste snus :) älskar bilden, verkligen...!

kramar längs vägen

S said...

Dear Sara, you have captured such a heartfelt emotion ! I also have long distance relationship with parents, relatives, in-laws because they live far away and I try my best to keep in touch with them. I recently visited my hometown and spend many happy days there. The day I returned, I was crying so much, all my emotions came to the surface.
take care,

sarapirat said...

monica, thank you, i loved this moment too!

sally, thank you!

seraphina, hey again, it has been a while! hope you are well!,

geoff, oh yes, weary even the veteran! like that!

miss ud till sista juli. kommer imorgon! spännande!

lycke, det gör jag absolut! hoppas verkligen att vi tar oss norrut. längtar. kramar

s, i am happy to know i am not the only one crying...i always wonder if it would make more sense to live closer to them, but then it seems like my personal destiny takes me further away. hugs

querido diário said...

i want to prioritize that more too!

s said...

hoppas verkligen att vi hinner ses någonting när du är här(hemma?)!

sarapirat said...

sara, let's do it!

s, jasåklart! kram