a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Wondering...

Do I talk about how the fog enveloped the valley on my drive to work yesterday, making it look prehistoric or about how beautiful the moon was before full darkness?
Shall I talk of wandering the farm and finding a perfect knife or tell of finding this perfect arrowhead in my yard?
Do I speak of the beauty in the ordinary things around me, that sometimes go unnoticed until the light is right?
Do I share a tale of the old homestead and the memories of my ancestor's and my life here?
I leave you with these questions...
and proof of spring.

15 comments:

Nora said...

That's all I need.

Leontien said...

Thank you!!!

the pics are lovely and so are the questions

Leontien

Lori Skoog said...

Simple pleasures...appreciation, sensitivity...You've got it! Love the quilt a couple of posts back.
Bring on spring!

Rusty said...

Ah, food for thought(s), and lots of future blogs. ;) ATB!

DesertHen said...

I think you touched on all of the topics nicely! Very nice!

Enjoy your weekend! =)

Rudee said...

Your way with words often makes me sigh with contentment.

Have a great weekend and enjoy that moon tonight!

Pat said...

Beautiful words....beautiful photos. Thanks for that!

John Gray said...

those arrow heads are they indian?
looks absolutely lovely

Country Gal said...

AAA it is to question !
The answer is with in us all.
Have a great day !

LindaG said...

How lucky to be able to find the arrowhead and blade. Wonderful history and great pictures.

Thanks, Gail. :)

Rising Rainbow said...

Looks like you covered it all quite nicely. Words won't express how happy I am to finally see signs of spring.

An English Shepherd said...

Spring is in the air :-)

Farm Girl said...

Wow nice knife and arrowhead. Yes, it is all in catching the light in how we see beauty. You captured just right.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Wonderful questions to ponder indeed. You lead a very blessed life, Gail. The photos are gorgeous!

~Lisa

Nezzy said...

Woohoo!!! It's finally SPRING!!! Although I'm itchin' to uncover everything and put plants out I know we will have frosts in this 'frost holler' 'till the middle of May! {{{SIGH}}}

God bless ya girl! :o)

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