Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Star Light, Star Bright...

How many times as a child did I look at the evening sky and say those magical words...

"Star light, star bright,
First star I see tonight.
I wish I may I wish I might
Have this wish I wish tonight."
My wishes never came true.
But I can still dream.
Click on the photo to see all the picture. It is just awesome.

18 comments:

Sandee said...

Love the photograph. Awesome.

I used to say that all the time when I was a kid. My sister and I would do it together. I don't remember if any of my wishes came true though.

Have a terrific day Pam. Big hug. :)

lailani said...

Mine did not either, but then again - most my wishes were things I thought would bring a happy moment. Saying that little ditty and remembering it does bring a happy smile!

Gail said...

HI PAM-

Beautiful image - and memory of childhood wishes - I am sorry yours didn't come true. :-( I wished he would stop hurting me and Dennis and the other 2 girls - I wished my Dad would somehow find out and saved us all - I wished every night.

Love to you
Gail
peace......

Finding Pam said...

Sandee,I forgot to say to click on the picture to see the whoel picture. It is awsome.

Lailani, I am glad it brought a smile to you. Sorry I have not been around to visit.

Gail, We had the same wishes. :(
You have to have a dream and that is how I made it through my childhood.

Love and Peace

Thom said...

Those are beautiful images. I'm going to confess here there are times I still look up into the sky and say that same thing :) Fascinating they are :)

Finding Pam said...

Thom, we are just dreamers aren't we? I hope you clicked on the image to get the full picture.
Thanks my friend.

DeEtta said...

I love the picture. I still look up into the sky and wish on the first star but then I still read fairy tales too. As the sun was going down my mother would take us outside and we would watch with anticipation the first star so we could wish on it. Thanks for the memory.

crochet lady said...

I remember holding my sister's hand as a little girl and saying those words for the first time. It left me thinking that anything is possible.

Thanks so much for your suggestions and kind words on my last post. I appreciate that so much. I am trying to throw my whole heart into my little business venture for one year, to see if this is really what I want to spend my time on. So far it has mostly just been a lot of work and I think I get bogged down in that and forget about other reasons and purposes behind what I am doing. You can check out my blog tookietrinkets.blogspot.com, to read about my business.

Thanks again Pam for taking the time to share some encouragement with me.

Jenny

Akelamalu said...

I love a starry sky. :)

Finding Pam said...

Akelamula, I don't know where your coomment went? It was here one second and gone the next.

Sorry:(

bettygram said...

Great picture.
My wishes came true but sometimes in the way I thought they would.

Finding Pam said...

Betty, you are a very amazing woman and it is no wonder your wishes came true.

Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me a message.

Love and blessings to you.

Nessa said...

That is a beautiful picture. I still like wishing on stars.

Sandi McBride said...

But you know they tell us, careful what you wish for right Pam? Hope the wishes that have a deep longing all come true for you
Sandi

Melissa Mashburn said...

That was a beautiful picture. I still say that poem. It is like a tradition with me to say it whenever I see the first star of the night.

Dawn (Twisted Sister) said...

It's a beautiful photo Pam and I still say those magical words.

BTW: Happy Birthday to you!

Finding Pam said...

Dawnn, thanks for the birthday wishes here and on my FB. I hope you are doing good.

jennifer said...

I said it too Pam. It was truly one of my favorite childhood activities... watching for the first star.

Have a wonderful week Pam!