Little Girl

“Would you like to go shelling with us?” asked Aunt Bevy.

‘You can look out over the water and dream of far-away places.’

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‘And, later, you can run up on the cliff.’

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“Fold your hands, like you’re saying your prayers,” said Auntie.

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 “And what did you pray?”

“I can’t tell you. It was a silent prayer.”

~These Days Of Mine~

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19 responses to “Little Girl

  1. Dianna that was so sweet .it made me want to read it out loud to a child .those pictures are wonderful. it made me think -when we used to go to the beach we loved to climb up a cliff and then I was scared to climb back down. thank you Dianna-sweet walk down memory lane with beautiful pictures.

  2. A very precious day! This would make anyone smile!

  3. Love the dialog and the photos. Very nice photo story.

  4. So, So Sweet – you captured her youthful innocence. The last picture reminds me of the cover illustration on the book “A Child’s Prayer”. I’m smiling!

  5. What a darling story told in photos and words! Looks like it was a lovely day with a lovely little girl.

  6. There is something about the beach that is magical, and something about a little girl’s reactions that warm the heart. You have captured both the magic and the wonder.

  7. A poetic chapter of TheseDays …

  8. Brenda Hodgson

    So sweet!

  9. Awww! Looks like Skye. And she would say and do the exact same thing.
    Beautiful post.

  10. Excellent post!

  11. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    You brought a lot of smiles to people’s faces today, Lovely blog.

  12. What little girl could turn down that offer? Lovely post.

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