Freedom to express her ‘Joie de Vivre’, for Ailsa’s Travel theme.

I just love this photo of my granddaughter running free in England, after her dad stopped the car on the South Downs, for a bit of a leg stretch.


As you can see, she loves to have the space and freedom to express her joy of living in the moment.


After the stress of studying for exams, a deserted beach is the ideal place to find freedom from the confines of everyday life.


What is your idea of freedom? Visit Ailsa’s Travel Theme post this week, and join in the fun.

66 comments on “Freedom to express her ‘Joie de Vivre’, for Ailsa’s Travel theme.

  1. Well S – I was JUST thinking of your athletic =super fit granddaughter when we saw this cool commercial from Under Armor – and for some reason this post of yours (about her) was in my mind (which shows again how our blogging friends sometimes come to mind in everyday life – at least for me they do – ha!) – and so coming here today I enjoyed the triple shot of her in these FREEDOM poses – great take on the travel theme! πŸ™‚

  2. Great shots, Sylvia. Freedom for me is movement, and sunshine, and shedding the expectations of others. I also love the buoyancy I find in the pool during Water Aerobics. My trampolining / cartwheel days are behind me. πŸ˜›

  3. Wow! I’m not sure if Oscar’s going to be able to keep up with your lovely, energetic (I’m so jealous) granddaughter, Sylvia. Takes me back to the days when I could do stuff like that (almost) without worrying about going into cardiac arrest. LOL πŸ™‚ πŸ˜‰

  4. We/I constantly talk about freedom and read about freedom, but when asked the question it is a hard one to answer. Sometimes I think it is about being “free from” something or other. Like free from the aches and pains of early morning. lol No, not funny. 😦

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