Balance Act

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The first time I drove past this character I gasp thinking he was ready to fall off his balcony.

Since, I have found him exactly in the same spot.  Me thinks he enjoys giving “heart attacks”.


That’s what life is about.

Sometimes it calms us.

Other times it’s not as easy as it looks.


Enjoy your week.

Find the Beauty in the everyday.

PS – Stop by Beverly’s and see how they are celebrating Miracles.


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August 12, 2011 at 12:55 pm | Musings | 9 comments


9 responses to “Balance Act”

  1. LaVoice says:

    This kitty likes high places better than I do. I cannot stand to hardly take one step up a ladder. That is odd that he does that every day.

  2. Pat says:

    That kitty only has 8 lives left!

  3. Robin says:

    Put so well….
    We all need to learn to balance our lives.
    My grandmother used to always say “everything in moderation”

    I love that kitty.

    Wishing you a beautiful pink weekend

  4. Beverly says:

    Thank you for participating in this very special Pink Saturday. I hope your visitors will come over to comment and help us to raise more money for the next Miracle Makeover. The good news is that you can leave a comment each day through the 18th, and each comment earns $1.00. So, please come comment again and again.

  5. Marydon says:

    If only life’s balancing act were this simple. Beautiful pics, Claudia. So love swans.

    Would you be so kind to leave a comment on my BLOG ONLY (no emails), for the Miracle Makeover fund drive thru 8-18. Charlie, 8 yr. old, & his story are fabulous. Every comment brings us a $1 for the next person that will be sponsored.

    Have a beautiful weekend.
    TTFN ~

  6. wendy says:

    how cute
    Balance is something that seems to be escaping me with every passing year….wow, am I ever becoming clumsy.
    Metaphorically……….Balance…….is something I am still working on.
    We missed you at Claudies this year. She is a wonderful host, a wonderful friend, and a hoot to be around
    you will surely enjoy your visit with her in October
    and rooming with Miss Bee?????………..she is a doll too, love her accent
    Lets see, I think you will be meeting Jeanne too……….there is a 72 year old for ya that can really kick butt…………she kept up with all of us.
    WISH I could be a part of the October festivities.

  7. anita rivera says:

    Dearest Claudia,

    YES! BALANCING ACTS are what I specialize in, being a school teacher! BUT, I have had such a relaxing summer holiday that on WEDNESDAY, I go back to teacher meetings, inservices, and classroom preparation for the RETURN OF THE STUDENTS after Labor Day. The balance or rather, JUGGLING begins!

    Yes dearest, it looks as if we missed a wonderful gathering of great women and to think that we were honored to be invited makes me so grateful. Perhaps another year….THANK YOU FOR VISITING!!! Anita

  8. Claudie says:

    Yes we did miss you Claudia. We were all talking about N.C. coming up. That’s why is was easy to say goodbye to Miss Bee, CC and Jeanne, but Wendy??? I’m not sure when I’ll see her again. We both live in Canada, but we are miles apart. A 4 hr. plane ride to her little town.
    I know I’ll see Julie next year, she might even move here, you never know.
    I truly had to do a balancing act myself while they were here. Couldn’t have done it without Randy and Colt. I never had to think of “what to serve”. : )
    When we lived in GA. we had a cat that fell off our balcony and into the downstairs apt. It was empty and all we heard were meeowwwww sounds for an hour. We had to call the landlord to get him out.. dumb kitty, lol.
    Ok gotta get going I have a sweet hummingbird that needs me.

  9. Claudia,

    I would have been so tempted to photo-shop a parachute on his back. hehehe
    Balance is hard to keep when others can be so clumsy.

    Your Friend,

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