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Perfectly Imperfect – A Simple Lesson from a Wildflower – Full-Time RV Life

I was with my daughter today doing some geocaching and enjoying a local museum.   Outside the grounds was an abundance of Queen Anne’s lace wildflowers dancing in the breeze.  I was trying to capture their beauty in photographs as they pirouetted in the gentle wind.  It was an impossible task.



Among the intricate white blooms was a tiny handful of daisies.  It seemed they were begging to be noticed with their bright yellow centers and fragile petals.  Each daisy had a personality of its own, but the shy little one at the bottom right appeared to be hiding his face.



In all our travels, I am reminded how breathtaking nature can be–big and bodacious or small and mighty.  It is simply beautiful in its perfect imperfection.

Just like us–perfectly imperfect and magnificent in our own quirky uniqueness–adding vibrant color and charisma to an otherwise mediocre landscape.

Safe travels, Dawn

7 Comments Post a comment
  1. Very nice. Thanks so much for sharing.

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    June 15, 2017
  2. Love those lacy ones! I’ve been doing a lot of walking around our neighborhood lately and have been noticing tons of flowers I never saw before. I also try to get some pictures (without being too creepy in the neighbor’s yard) and sometimes I just can’t get that perfect shot. Thanks for reminding me it’s okay!

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    June 15, 2017
    • The flowers are beautiful this year. I have so many flower pictures on my phone that I need to delete–but they are so pretty I don’t want to. 🙂 Happy Sunday!

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      June 18, 2017
  3. Did you realize you are a poet? What lovely writing. Nature gives us a plate full, doesn’t she!!

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    June 17, 2017
  4. This is indeed poetic and profound! Loved the pics and your wisdom. Thank you.

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    June 22, 2017

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