thoughts from this morning’s walk

sometimes i imagine
that if i could just find me a hole to tuck myself away in, like here:

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or here:

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or maybe even here:

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with an adorable (if overweight) herding dog

to lead me (sometimes called “creative herding”)

off the road and to Just The Right Spot

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perhaps beside a quiet creek

that leads to who knows (or cares, for that matter) where

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i might just commit a fall bloom.

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12 Comments

  1. quiltdivajulie

    Your post today made me smile and feel warm inside (both good things). Thank you!

    • ever jeanne

      hey julie, have missed you. will drop by for a visit this weekend now that i’m beginning to peek out . . .

  2. quiltdivajulie

    Your post today made me smile and feel warm inside (both good things). Thank you!

    • ever jeanne

      hey julie, have missed you. will drop by for a visit this weekend now that i’m beginning to peek out . . .

  3. Acey

    perhaps we can arrange for a connecting underground tunnel …

    • ever jeanne

      you funny friend, you. an underground tunnel sounds mighty fine. and digging from me to you would sure give me something to do!

  4. Acey

    perhaps we can arrange for a connecting underground tunnel …

    • ever jeanne

      you funny friend, you. an underground tunnel sounds mighty fine. and digging from me to you would sure give me something to do!

  5. cathie

    Why is that a “corgi butt” I see. I’m usually pretty good at spotting them, although his tail is a bit high – so I could be wrong – but methinks not.
    What a wonderful blog. I came across you from Acey’s blog. So nice to meet you Jeanne. I will be back to visit. Your writing and photography has my interested.

    • ever jeanne

      yes, cathie, that’s a corgi’s rump you see. phoebe, we call her. nice to meet you, too. acey: such a wonderful thread to connect us.

  6. cathie

    Why is that a “corgi butt” I see. I’m usually pretty good at spotting them, although his tail is a bit high – so I could be wrong – but methinks not.
    What a wonderful blog. I came across you from Acey’s blog. So nice to meet you Jeanne. I will be back to visit. Your writing and photography has my interested.

    • ever jeanne

      yes, cathie, that’s a corgi’s rump you see. phoebe, we call her. nice to meet you, too. acey: such a wonderful thread to connect us.

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