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The Stable as viewed from N Maple Ave
Holding on to dear life
Old and withered yet standing tall and strong
While walking down North Maple Ave to take some pictures, I noticed this tree (second photo) holding on to a few leaves and that set me thinking ….
Holding on to dear life-What does it mean ???
Holding on for dear life is our reaction to when life is falling apart, and we desperately need something solid to grab while we weather the storm, so we don’t fall apart too.
We all know that life is constantly changing and nothing is permanent. The phrase can be redefined to mean something else too. There are some things that mean a lot to us and are dear. They give us the comfort and confidence we need to weather any storm – friendship, family, faith, hope, trust, values, morals etc. But we should be ready to let go off the stuff that weighs us down like clutter, guilt, fear, insecurity and anger.
Most importantly, WE SHOULD hold on to each other. We have to hold on, lift each other up, comfort one another.
It is first day of spring and all I see is snow around.It is taking a while for all the snow to melt this time around due to the frigid temperatures.Cold weather continues here in the Northeast inspite of the arrival of spring..
Last year around the same time this is how the buds were blooming all around the town and our back/front yard heralding the arrival of colorful spring…
An inside out view of the library…
The first village owned library was the located on the Westside of Ridgewood at 30 Garber Square. It opened in 1923 and was used as a library until 1998.
This picture got selected to be posted on Weather Channel !!! #weathertv. Hurray !!!