Monday, April 7, 2008

Slow but...



...always on time.

Every morning I open the shutters, I am greeted by this turtle (or is it the other one? Sometimes I see two). This time I photographed it with my mobile and send the shot - and text - directly to the blog.

Be your day as persistent as the turtle's.

10 comments:

ghost said...

A turtle. An ant. A cicada. A cat or a dog. A child playing. A bird singing. A woman laughing.
Life is beautiful if you can see and hear it. Thanks D. for showing it to us onec more.

Churchwarden said...

Τrue. Defeat can be repetitious- especially if you 're human and got nowhere to hide inadequate tempos.

giant13 said...

Tortoise but certain friends.

Rallou said...

Look's like you're having a beautiful day! The dark shadow is the evidence of a glorious sun!

Let's hope that winter and all it's darkness is behind us!

And as a famous italian formula-1 driver often said: "WhateveR isE behindE me doesE notE matteR!"

:)

athanasia said...

Sometimes we do forget that being on time and persistent is not the same as being fast and demanding... :)

doodler said...

This is an English speaking blog.

Comments in other languages will be erased

billie said...

must be in peace with oneself to have a turtle's persistence and it's not easy to achieve peace
when our barriers lead us to conflicts.
The human "shells" we are put under
much heavier than the turtle's I bet...
Peace!

Aphrodite said...

Turtle: an odd helmet on wrinkled legs, strolling out of a helmets, armors and shields showcase.

"Born a pensioner, and yet a cheery goodmorning to ye all!".

A bubbly excuse of a reptile.

:)))

mtryfo said...

maybe my poor english do not allow me to comment, but it will not stop me from reading your posts and comments with a little help of my dictionary...

Dion.M. said...

"Slow but always in time"

Yes, but too much noisy in some particular cases!

I remember... It was Easter, two years ago.