A Little Slice of Peace by Dana Pittman

A Little Slice of Peace

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A Little Slice of Peace by Dana Pittman


Today's Topic: Quiet.

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Quiet at one time would have meant silence. Yet as I grow a little older, and hopefully a little wiser, quiet takes on many new forms.

Quiet on some days finds me sitting in the corner of the couch with a book and warm tea within reach.

Quiet may be me crocheting with music.

Quiet may be me waking early to sit in a silent house.

This quiet may have children arguing in the background. An agitated dog joining into the commotion. But in those moments this type of "quiet" provides a place for my being to exhale. To relax. A little slice of peace.

I believe today I'll treat myself to a cup of coffee, a book, and quiet. 😉



Question: What is quiet to you? Do you seek silence? Peace? Or all thee above?


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  1. Dawn Paoletta
    Dawn Paoletta11-09-2012

    Hi Dana! Love the way you find your quiet in diverse places and spaces…from within- I’m thinking!
    AFter you at Lisa-Jo’s and new to your place! ALways nice to meet a new blogger. Have a great weekend.
    A cup of coffeee always speaks “quiet” to me!

    • Dana Pittman
      Dana Pittman11-12-2012

      Welcome! Thanks for visiting and a cup of coffee speaks volumes to me as well. :o) Be blessed and come again.

  2. Denise Oldham
    Denise Oldham11-09-2012

    Wonderfully written.

  3. outsidetheboxmom

    Hi Dana,

    I felt like I was sitting right beside you, thanks to your vivid descriptions. Weird how our definition of quiet changes as our family does. :)

    • Dana Pittman
      Dana Pittman11-12-2012

      Hello, yes how things change. I call it the “get in where you fit in” moments. But I wouldn’t change it for the world. Thanks for visiting.

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