N is for

NATURE


When we made our first trip to Aruba, I NEVER knew what was in store. Although the hustle and bustle is readily available, I much prefer the peace and quiet NATURE drops on our doorstop each day just like when I'm home.



Greeted usually by the chirping birds and swaying palm trees, I welcome each day taking in the fresh clean air with repeated deep breaths filling my senses.


A little slower, because of the lower overnight temperatures, in the morning, the iguanas cross the path from our slider to the pool, glancing in my direction as I pass.  Respecting them, I walk slowly sharing the ground with them.  After all, they were here long before I was!


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E. said…
i really don't understand how you could leave these views to come home. they are just amazing. do you still have snow? ( :
have a great week.
Sandra said…
i am with you on the peace of nature. would love to see what you saw.
TexWisGirl said…
such cool guys and gals!
MTWaggin said…
I think I'd jump out of my skin the first time I saw one of the reptiles but would be okay after that!
Just like you, I love the outdoors! : )
Inger said…
I can see why you keep returning there.
Ann said…
It does look pretty there, I think I would be walking slowly around that iguana too.
Nana Prah said…
Nature is relaxing, unless those lizards go crazy and decide to crawl on you.
Willow said…
I prefer the relaxing nature of things too. :)
Lucy said…
Wow,beautiful but the Iguanas would freak me out just a tad bit :) Lucy's Reality

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