I can certainly relate to this one...Hope both will be available soon
Wednesdays at noon at the Anglican church, great place to get rid of squirrels. :)
Oops, actually i love squirrels and i love waking up to images! When you got words again, let us know Rachel; was it a pleasant or not? or neither, just perfect as it is?
Am sure they will... :DExcellent pic btw. :D
I Woke Up Today How odd to come tositting in a seedy feed traywondering, where next?I have strange bugson me and a curioushankering to scoldsomeone, anyonewho dares mess with me today.Maybe if I placemyself upside downon that tree with tail twitchingI will feel better soon.
There, Christopher birthed some words for your images. Both satisfying.Damned words. Sometimes they're all scruff and dodge.
Oops! Hope you haven't caught what I've got!
He has a nice profile!~rick
Wow...we are really in a similar sort of mood.
And think we must! A photo is worth many, many words...Food for thought--food for the future...nuts & seeds :)
That picture is more than words could ever say. Lovely, you.
A quiet place in your mind...a place for seeds to plant themselves and grow.
Ah, thank you all! You understand. :) I had a 4 day weekend, and I left the computer off for almost 2 whole days. Wow. It was refreshing. Words are slipping back in, but it was wonderful to be bathed in images, cool sun, the garden, and the forest for a while. Creeks, water, rocks. The kids laughing and exploring. Sleeping...
what a lovely thoughtful squirrel!
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