It’s Sunday and autumn is here!
The most beautiful time of the year
Autumn is once again here
Take a walk and enjoy the changing trees
Under your feet hear the crunch of the leaves
Feel the warm sun among the cool breeze
Soak it in because soon comes the time to freeze
copyright LeeAnn Johnston/Animals Are Feeling Beings Too
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back and relax.
2020 hasn’t been so fun
We’re ready for it to be done
Masks, sanitizing…I’m sick of this crap
So if you’ll excuse me, I’m getting back to my nap
After all that’s what Sundays are for. Cino woke up to say hi…but only for a minute.
Remember to always BE KIND TO ANIMALS.🦍🐕🐈🐎🐄🐖🐇🐿🐀🦆🐦
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and be cool.
Right now, where I live, stepping outside is like stepping into a sauna. It’s very steamy. So we’re doing our best to stay cool.
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and stay in the moment.
Restaurants and stores are opening back up, people are going back to work, and people are starting to gather. This trying time is far from over but we’re getting back to our lives (somewhat).
Normally many of us find ourselves on a never ending merry-go-round finding it hard to rest and just be. Some are afraid to because if they allow themselves to rest or sit in quiet, instead of chaos, they may have to think about or face something they don’t want to but maybe should. I have been given the challenge before to just sit in complete silence, to just be, and to set aside all of my worries, focus on just one thing, or just clear my mind. Have you ever tried that? It is not as easy as you may think. Before you know it your mind is wandering back to the to do list or worrying about something. It’s amazing how hard it is to truly just be in the moment.
We can certainly take lessons from our pets on this as this image below wonderfully portrays.
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and look for messages.
This Tuesday it will be three years since my sister, Lisa, passed away. I was looking at some pictures of her and reading some of the poems I wrote after she passed. I was reminded of the messages she sent me during my time of grieving her so I wrote another poem about that.
A hot day and the wind very still
Hoping to cool off in the shade
Sitting on a bench under a tree
Heads bowed while the pastor prayed
A combination of sweat and tears
Rolling down the cheeks on my face
I look over and you’re sitting next to me
We’re preparing your resting place
I was dazed and full of grief
When it came out of nowhere
The strongest and longest breeze
Blowing right through my hair
I lifted up my chin and closed my eyes
I smiled because it was then I knew
I soaked it all in and just received
The message that was coming from you
©LeeAnn Johnston/Animals Are Feeling Beings
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back and relax. But not for too long because the world needs you, me, WE.
I heard a song recently called “DO SOMETHING” and thought it was perfect not only because that is what I am doing for animals and encouraging others to, but also it seems perfect for the times.
I wrote a poem a while back in this image below and it has the same message the song does. We wonder why God isn’t doing anything. His reply is that he is. He’s waiting for us.
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back and relax. That is definitely what we have planned for today! But first….
We wanted to peek in to say hi
A quicker post and here is why
We spent the day painting this
And now we simply wish
To take a nap, body all curled
And dream of a kinder world Continue reading
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and put those five senses into gear.
There is a lot going on but we still need times to take a breath and ground ourselves again. Animals are such great examples for us in this and in so many ways, aren’t they?! Do you ever watch them play or when you’re walking them? So carefree.
I wrote a little poem for today. I hope you enjoy it.
OUR FIVE SENSES
Surrounded by a bed of roses
Enjoyable fragrance filling our noses
Feeling the warmth of the sun in the sky
We see beauty all around we can’t deny
Everything in nature seems to glisten
Be still, close your eyes, and just listen
From the green grass to the blue sky above
Through it all we’re getting a sweet taste of love
©LeeAnn Johnston/Animals Are Feeling Beings Too
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and that means…push the pause button.
My sister’s birthday was this past week which got me thinking about her. She passed away a few years ago at the young age of 53. It was quite unexpected. I wrote the following poem shortly after that. It seems kind of fitting for what we’re all going through right now since the main message is about stopping and slowing down. It really is hard though, isn’t it? But it’s in times like these that we can be forced to.
THE WORLD DOESN’T STOP
The world is so busy
The world is so fast
Treating life like a race
How quickly time is passed
Then one day comes
When you receive a call