Weekly Photo Challenge: LETTERS

Words. I love them. I’m a writer, so they’re my stock in trade.

And words are made up of letters. So I love letters too!

Wabi-Sabi Letters

These particular letters are well worn and time-tested. Obviously used lovingly. I found them in a kids’ play corner of Tohono Chul Park,  marvelous botanic gardens in Tucson, Arizona. A visit in person is best, naturally. But we can’t all do that, so I suggest instead a little time out with the interactive website. It’s sure to brighten your spirits!

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4 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: LETTERS

  1. Stef says:

    The park looks like a lovely space – bright and inviting for sure! And clearly loved, if those letters are any indication. 🙂

    • Touch2Touch says:

      It was certainly loved by me!
      There’s a small restaurant, part indoors, part outdoors, where one can have breakfast or lunch. Delicious to the tastebuds, but also delicious for the soul.
      Thanks much for the visit, Stef! I think I’m returning to the land of the living, and to blogging, after the hellacious winter.

      • Stef says:

        Amen to the hellacious winter! It’s still brisk and breezy here – but happily the sun is coming out more and more, which makes things much more tolerable to me. I hope you guys are blessed with bright rays up and over there, too!

      • Touch2Touch says:

        The tender green on the trees reconciles me even to the rain! But we have actually have some sun as well. It’s all good — so long as it isn’t white any more!

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