Tuesday, February 17, 2009



the art of moving

forward by means

of sail...traveling

on water...gliding

along like a ship in

full sail.

Now consider this. It be the sport of the curious...those who dare adventure out on the crest of Earth's deepest secret. Feeling challenged and lured to experience the awesomeness (first hand) of unbound power. Perhaps believing they secure an understanding with God, that respect and appreciation of that which is uncommonly common, shall indeed lead them closer to His own humility.

Claire Greco c.08/21/02


  1. Oh my....what a lovely post!
    And awwww.....you're not wrinkled, you're beautiful :)

    Steady On
    Reggie Girl

  2. Reggie Girl...It's just amazing what a little dab of this and a little dab of that and a few other dabs here and there and just about everywhere can do.

    I appreciate your visiting my blog and glad you enjoyed my post...it took me forever to get my artwork uploaded. I'm not exactly a pro when it comes to the computer but, I'm giving it a whirl.

    Have a wonderful day Reggie Girl...and keep that beautiful garden going!


  3. Sailing, yachting is not what you do, sailing is something you live for it.
    On the sea you can experience your own weakness and you also can discover your fear. This is a kind of the test how humble you are – and this is the true challenged. It's not important where you are going to... the most important is to be in the move... the most important is to use wind, the power of nature and to force it to work for you, or – better – to cooperate with you for your own good. And discover new places and meeting new people are another bonus you can receive with all others surprises. It comes by the way and is bound up with sailing some kind.
    and finally I agree with Reggie Girl - that's very beautiful post anyway :)
    with best wishes