Wednesday, October 19, 2011


Don't you love this picture?
The ease of a child twirling with no care in the world.
This is how life should still be, don't you think?
Carefree. Uninhibited. Joyful.  Beautiful.
I wonder, would this help with writer's block?
Or if I go really fast, will twirling erase a few wrinkles?

Go try it then come back and let us know.


RaShelle Workman said...

The pic is adorable. Twirling is unacceptable (unless I want to get sick)for me. Sure loved it when I was a kid though.

Julie Daines said...

I never twirl. But I do love watching kids do stuff with no inhibitions. They live for life. I could definitely use some of that in my life.

Taffy said...

I had the coolest skirt on Sunday and just had to twirl. The skirt floated around my knees, floating up and down. My husband laughed at me when I stopped and couldn't walk straight. :p

Alice said...

I'll have to try that next time I get writer's block! will need to put on a good twirling skirt first.

Peggy Eddleman said...

I think it would make me fall down and get sick. But LOOKING at the picture totally helps!