nature’s crayolas: reds, blues

so i read about color week over at mrs. mediocrity’s nest, and didn’t i just bop on over to curious girl’s place and invite myself to the party. it’s been a rather stressful few days, and tuning in to notice colors seemed the perfect antidote to life in the medical pinball machine. but of course, i start out late, so my entry looks more like playing catchup.


so be it.


on monday i saw red . . .



when a neighbor’s cow came to call.


when the rusty moose went on the loose.

(well, maybe not on the loose, but, hey, i’m tired.)



when . . . oops.



when i saw the red dirt of home

had stained my clothes.




tuesday these things made me blue . . .



flawed glass



actually, it blew the blues.

1 Comment

  1. kelly

    You are so funny! Love these, the cow and the moose, quite a party in your yard. And that glass…

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