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Shamarie Harper: Stop - enjoy these moments

So everyone stop for a moment today and just enjoy what is around you.
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By Shamarie Harper

Over the weekend I was up on a friends fabulous farm.

We were sitting in lawn chairs discussing life and enjoying the wonderful breeze and sunshine.


I took all these pictures while sitting in the same spot just looking at things. It becomes clearer to me each day - I am blessed to be on this planet.

It is the small things that matter nothing else. People run all day and accomplish everything they feel is important but at the end of the day what did you miss?

This has been a question I have been asking my self for the past couple of years and the I keep getting the same answer: Stop Shamarie - it is the small things in life that matter. Moments in time that can never be given back.

So everyone stop for a moment today and just enjoy what is around you. Blessings! - --Shamarie


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Shamarie: Enjoy these moments - I



2017-05-01 - On a friends farm - away from The Holler .
All the things around us adds to the beauty of what is. it can be scarred or battered but when one looks closely - those are the things that compliment or create the true beauty. - SHAMARIE HARPER, who took all the photos in this album from one spot on a friend's front porch

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Shamarie: Enjoy these moments - II. Even a simple fence post



2017-05-01 - On a friends farm - away from The Holler - Photo by Shamarie.
You can see on it's face the years of sun and rain. The chains it wears and the things that have taken part of it over. But the beauty is the fact that it is still strong and solid and will be for may years to come. The most lasting things are created by man, not machines or technology but a man's hands, working to create something to make something that will last. Even if it is a simple fence post. Shamarie

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Shamarie: Enjoy these moments - III



2017-05-01 - On a friends farm - away from The Holler - Photo Shamarie Harper.
These little critters are good luck. So hope this brings great things to your day! If nothing more than a smile --- SHAMARIE

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Shamarie: Enjoy these moments - IV



2017-05-01 - On a friends farm - away from The Holler - Photo by Shamarie Harper .
Everything and I do mean Everything can bring beauty into your life. If you chose to see it that way. -Shamarie

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