On a Thread..

“Sometimes children do not realize by how fragile a thread their security hangs. Perhaps it is as well they do not - most of them grow up before the thread can be broken.”

 ― Mary Balogh, Simply Magic

...not only security..but also the thread of imagination..hang on to it..follow it where it leads you..it brought you here..(and watch it in full screen because its a little Gem..)

Have a wonderful weekend out there on the globe..Stay warm and stay happy..xoxo


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Precious sister.

I had to come by even though I am already running late to get ready to be at school by 7:00AM and I have an hour drive.

First of all, thank you for coming to my theatre.

Secondly, thank you for always knowing how to deliver the most heart-felt and poignant messages. Our lives are so fragile, and even though we grow up, we are still hanging on a very light string...but these cords are much stronger than we think sometimes.....and a cord of three strands is not easily broken; I have to come back much later to take in this theatre you share because I won't be back until late. However, late at night is the best time to view the magic in the sky.


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

OH I WANT MORE! I just caught a glimpse of this....I am coming back.

Marcia said...

A gem indeed, and so much conspiring to rob us. We must continuously take it by force; security and imagination belong to the valiant.

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Dearest Dutchess,
Oh my goodness! I am in heaven!!
This Theater production puts me in such a place of joy...
Thank you so much for sharing.
And thank you for your kindness and friendship over the years.
Love and blessings,
Penny and Bebe

^.^ said...

Holding on to a thread ... story of my life ... but still standing ... smiles ... Love, cat.

Mapi said...

Ik loop hier laat nog rond te dwalen......wat is het hier magisch mooi !


Al dansend zoek ik mijn hemelbed .....

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Dearest, I am here for the third time, and I can't get enough of that snail and his entourage. This is one of my favorite pieces that my father used to play. Do you know that this piece of music is one of the first things I used to hear in my home, and at the age of THREE, I started to dance, just like these marionettes? My father was amused with my agility, and continued to play to just watch me dance about. I knew even back then, that I needed to dance.

But now as a mature woman, I still feel the need to dance with my legs but also with words and ideas. Your friendship has been such an important element in my joy for the last six years. Working with you and Penny, Ruben, Jackie and others in Nowhere as well as visiting you here daily has awakened my spirit once again.

FABULOUS THEATRE PRESENTATION! And how is Miss M.'s little abode coming along?

"Create Beauty" said...

What a JOY to view this amazing show!!!! I must show it to my grandkids, who are always searching for BUGS. It's their favorite summer hobby. This will give them some ideas for winter fun!

Oh the creativity that went into this production! The SKILL.... I am wowed.

Love the white peacock.

Thank you for sharing this fun video!
So true, that thread of imagination often is severed in adulthood. I savor each moment of make-believe and whimsy in children's lives.


Row homes and Cobblestones said...

My heart has been filled with wonder and delight! Thank you so much for sharing this amazing video.

Burlap Luxe said...

Oh Duchés this is a production to be amazed be, how did you create such a pieces how many hands are involved here to put on such a performance. I have created many French theatres of dance and song, you must come see my latest creation. I so wish I had known of the beauty you create here, I would have requested you join in on our gypsy theatrical production this year when I approached Anita to as if she wanted to do a theatre production for Christmas and her excitement was all it took to then take off with creating with the 5 of us. You should have been our NUMBER 1 performance in our shows.

This is an amazing show, I want to make some sort of hanging marionettes for my stage. They need not have to work in motion, but would love to see them appear on my stage even if just to hang about.
This is my next set to creating, your butterfly when it took flight amazed me, the catapeller, the snail, the peacock of white, the dancing flowers. What an imagination that like creators are so enamored with here.

Come visit me, I need now to cut through my roof and drop down some dancing marionettes or just let them hang as I have imagined them to perform.

See you soon.

Bravo! bravo, bravo!!