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My Favorite Spot

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Animals, Photo, Sunday Post

For this weekend’s challenge, I didn’t have to think long.

From spring till fall, my favorite spot is hidden in the back of my garden, surrounded by bushes. And though I don’t have a porch, it still swings.

This swing is the perfect place to sit and contemplate, to read, drink tea and wine. To talk and laugh deep into the night. And on sunny moments, my neighbors in the butterfly bush flutter and fly, or just watch and listen.

What is your favorite spot? I hope you can spend some time there this weekend :)

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Reader, writer, word player. No lady, but all woman. RPGamer. Caretaker of sons, feline Smokey and the Bandit, dungeons & dragons. Torn between English & Dutch.

27 thoughts on “My Favorite Spot”

  1. Oh I do like your favourite spot, Marion. I have a canvas swing seat that I suspend on our sun roof in the Algarve. I can admire the view for hours.

  2. Pingback: SUNDAY POST : Favorite Spot – RoadTrip | rfljenksy – Practicing Simplicity

    • Of course there are many more places that are lovely, but this one I can enjoy every day. I’m on my way to see yours… Have a sunny Sunday, Judy :)

    • The Sunshine Award, that sounds so merry and sunny :)Thank you so much, Sued, that is highly appreciated. Thank you for thinking of Figments and for liking it! But alas I can’t accept the award. Hugs, please take a look at the ‘About / contact’ section, I have explained it there.

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