Friday, February 18, 2011

HUGGING HAS BEEN PROVEN TO HAVE HEALTH BENEFITS




Thank you for reminding me Penelope!

11 comments:

zsazsazsu said...

:-) great pics !

Eva said...

I wish I could do that in the bright sunshine, too. Lovely garden!

Hilde said...

Love the photos, Yael!! You made me want to give my apple trees a hug in spring :D

And thank you so much for the poem. So sweet of you! I enjoyed reading :)

Hope you have a nice weekend!
Hugs :)

Irmi said...

Herrliche Fotos.
Ich liebe diese alten, knorrigen Bäume.
Sie könnten so viel erzählen. Sie sind ein Stück unseres Lebens.
Liebe Grüße
Irmi

glazedOver said...

That is SO true, Yael. Funny, just this past Friday (the same day you posted this), I brought my car in for repairs to my favorite garage where I trust and like the mechanics. I was joking with the owner that he didn't say hello to me when I came in, so not only did he say hello then, he even came over and he hugged me! It was the yummiest, squeeziest bear hug and it made me feel so, so good. Even now I am writing about it with a smile on my face. Hugs go a long way. I hope you get more hugs than you have time for in a day!

Yael said...

Tree hugging is in and the Internet is full of information on it - how to hug a tree and so on!
I did this already as a child - without the instructions how to do it! :-) :-) :-)
As a matter of fact it is really nice to hug a tree, not as nice as to hug friends, family and lovers, oh yes and sometimes even strangers - but still! Olive trees and oaks are the best - in my opinion of course! Try it, the tree hugs you right back!

Annuk said...

This is so beautiful, Yael! I really love the pics and your wonderful sentence "the tree hugs you right back"!!!
xoxo

rachel awes said...

hugs to you, yael!!

Smithy said...

I see you took my blog to heart, dear Yael :) You and that darling tree were made for each other! Keep on huggin'!

Pesky Cat Designs said...

What a lucky tree. lol!

Hugs to you my dear Yael!

Dawn of LaTouchables said...

Oh wow--the walnut tree is calling! I love hugs, too, and like Jill love the unsuspected hug the best!