Wednesday, August 22, 2012

A sneak preview of mee...Meesh

BONJOUR les amis!

How are you? Comment ça-va?

Glad you stopped by, to my picture window of life. Ah! What an amazing view, the luscious green and sparkling blue, nature is beautiful, n'est-ce-pas? Magnifique!

Did you know that in the Middle Ages, many people didn't consider nature to be beautiful? Others thought it was only beautiful as part of a greater whole. Still others believed that nature, though beautiful, was a temptation that conflicted with the love of God...
Since ancient times humans have somewhat been in awe of the intense magnitude and diversity of the universe around them.

Life, the scenic natural wonders....the trees, the majestic waterfalls, the blue skies,  etc this is God's Tapestry of love. Yes, you guessed it, I am a nature lover, I love the greenery around me which gives me the feeling of freshness, being alive. I could go on and on...

Anyway, sorry to disappoint you, this is not really a blog - (perhaps a future project, who knows). At present it's simply my Blogger account to access/sign in and post on fellow bloggers' Blogger accounts. Alas I haven't figured out what to do with it.

No, I do not portray myself to be Audrey Hepburn...she was a classy woman, often referred as The Thoroughbred.  I mainly utilize her character " Holly Golightly" as my avatar as my little homage to this amazing legend in her role in Truman Capote's "Breakfast At Tiffany's". Off stage she also was very special <---(here's a link worth reading.)
"The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman is seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides. True beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. It's the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she shows & the beauty of a woman only grows with passing years.” -Audrey Hepburn  

Please feel free to say hello here. Or else you can find me on my Facebook page. On twitter I am November Rain (no I am not an Axl Rose - Guns N Roses fan) it's just a username, perhaps a literary future project. My twitter account dates back since 2007 has been recently dusted-off  and re-utilized.

 Anyway, here's hoping you're having a fabulous day and that all of your dreams do come true!

Addendum: I have been reminded as of late by a dear friend that life is so very short. He repeatedly says, live it now/today, and live it with all of your zest, strength and passion, when you can, without any regrets.

Now and for no one else,  but for yourself , because it's your life, no one else's. People tend to  keep truly living in reserve against a day they might not ever have. It's "your" life. The clock is ticking, it will be over, before you know it. 

In love, if the embers are lit, fan it to a flame. Be bold about it, go for it  even if your circumstances mean all you have is to love boldly and laugh boldly and nothing else. Do it while you have your health. Because now is all what we have, and these dreams won’t chase themselves. 

Au revoir et bonsoir à vous tous -



How I love this song "Only Time" was written and recorded by native Gaelic group  Enya and released in 2000 as the first single from A Day Without Rain.

Only Time.. can tell when you are ready to love again, trust again and whom to give your heart completely.


  1. Meesh - thank you for finding me on FB and loved the song by Enya. Couldn't have come at a better time -- needed a little pick me up!

  2. Hi Pat - you're welcome, I'm glad you accepted. I agree Pat, "Only Time" is one of those songs that seems to find itself at different times of our lives.

    Whether it's "love" "hard times" and "good times" It's a song that makes us ponder...The right song at the right moment... and for me, it has a calming effect.

    Thanks for stopping by!

    1. Sorry Meesh - didn't get a notice that you left me a comment. But, you're right about needing to be the right moment.

      I'm glad I found your post and heard that song. It was exactly what I needed and it was calming. It was the right time and right moment for me.