Monday, March 7, 2011

66/299

Before I had met B in person, I knew the sound of his voice. I could hear his velvet “pipes” coming from inside my radio. I loved the sound and found it addicting. I listened every afternoon. He kept me company at work, in my car, while I fixed dinner and folded laundry. It was a comforting sound.

A number of years ago, I read these words, in what has become one of my favorite books.
How did Nicholas Sparks know how I felt?


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26 comments:

elizabeth said...

ahhhh
Nicholas Sparks is one of my favorites too -
love the photo and the composition -
it has a soothing effect!
Here's to a great week

LauraX said...

beautiful image...it is amazing how another person can express the thoughts we may not be able to put into words ourselves...the gift of being human, and recognizing the oneness that we are.

Gretchen said...

LOVE what you've done with this one... I'm a big Nicholas Sparks fan too! =)

John S. Mead said...

Superb composition...a very creative and evocative shot for MM. Thanks for sharing.

Kim, USA said...

Inspiring words. The photos is really pretty love it!
Macro Monday

melinda365.com said...

Oh this is so romantic! Wonderful story- and I love the photo!

Carrie said...

Wow, that's really neat! Such a pretty photo.

Catherine said...

Wow, that's romantic--the image and the post!

Karin said...

This is a beautiful composition, Trish.

How cool that you're able to hear his voice throughout the day, even with you're not with him. You are a blessed wife:)

Tammie Lee said...

such a lovely post
romantic and endearing.

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Very poignant...in post and photo!!!

My Monday feature is: COLORFUL fungus

snapshots2011 said...

This picture/story just makes me smile :)
You guys are so lucky to have found each other!

Jan n Jer said...

Very thought provoking! Great shot!

Maximillian said...

Nice focus and texture. :)

Karen said...

A very romantic shot.

Janell said...

So sweet and romantic, I love it! Love the composition of the rings, and I love nicholas sparks books! oh about the filter, yah it's a macro close up filter called the raynox dcr-250. I really like it, but the super shallow depth of field make it a little hard to use. I gotta keep practicing. :)

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

Gorgeous composition - what a lovely shot.

Carlynn said...

Love that you included the wedding bands with the book. Great shot.

lisaschaos said...

Sounds like you found your split-apart. Lovely! I love the photo too! The words fit so perfectly.

David & Melanie said...

Very creative! Happy MM!
David/ Tropical Texana/ Houston

Michelle said...

Love the composition with the rings on the text. Beautiful post.

Ashley @ 365 things said...

My mom and MIL are big nicholas sparks fans. Once I have a chance to settle down and read I plan on borrowing some from them...but only after I get around to reading Time Travers Wife. I MUST read that!

Lesa said...

I'm a bookworm with a bookblog but I haven't read Sparks. Lovely sentence you highlighted-- very evocative.

Thanks for the visit!

Keara @ Now I Know What Life Is All About said...

What a great story and picture! Now I want to know how ya'll met!

Flower Photography said...

Love this :-)

Melissa said...

Love the story and photo! Beautiful!