A Gentle Hello

It has been a week of fullness, as in lots of meaningful and joyful things to do. And my modus operandi is to mostly respond to what needs doing. Now, the time has come when I can sit here and say hello to all of you. And the time has also come when my bodymind wants to call it a day. So what shall I do?

And just like that, I receive a beautiful gift from nature via Gottfried on Gabriola, and I know exactly what to do. I will post it here for you all to enjoy, just like I did.


The nest – about the size of an apricot , attached to a strand of the vine – amazing – magical, 2 baby hummingbirds 🙂




Nothing more needs to be said. Except to remind us to pay attention to nature’s gifts and as Mary Oliver writes, “go and tell about it.”

I extend warm greetings to you all, and I hope you see, touch, hear, smell and taste nature’s largesse and share the wealth.

I bid you good night and wish you an armload of significant moments as we wind up our first week of June. And I will see you next week. Take care of yourself as you care for others. That also is needed. Many thanks and an armload of good wishes. Hugs all around, Trudy

PS Thanks to Gottfried for providing these beautiful scenes tonight.



4 replies
  1. Pat
    Pat says:

    Ah Trudy what a lovely gift you have given us. And no words needed. Just the joy of seeing those babies and thanking the universe for such gifts. I am sending you a gentle hug. Missing you.

    • T Boyle
      T Boyle says:

      I’m happy that you enjoy these tiny hummingbirds. When I lived on Gabriola Island we had a hummingbird nest above the back door, and I would sit on a bench just watching. It seemed like the most important thing to do then, and it is a treasured memory. I miss all of you too in Emma’s Forest Bathing.I hope you have a lovely day. Warmly, Trudy


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