“It is the still, yellow kind of afternoon when one is apt to get stuck in a dream if one sits very quiet”
~ Dodie Smith
I plan to do some of that later: sit quietly on my deck with a book. We are heading back into a long string hot days and I intend to make the most of them.
Tend my garden, freeze green beans, go to the library, visit with family, and camera play: that’s about all I have on my plate for this day. And that’s enough.
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I read an article posted on social media yesterday with advice from a grandmother to a grandchild. I’ve been pondering, for some time, penning some words of wisdom for my granddaughter and this article nudged me farther in that direction. Maybe a book, maybe a series of articles, maybe something meant for her eyes alone, or maybe with a wider audience–I don’t know yet. First, I write; the rest will fall into place.
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Green bean harvest.
Last night’s sunset–and a home with a view.
Coffee with a friend yesterday afternoon.
Clear blue sky this morning.
Blueberries and goat cheese in salad.
The chipmunk that has taken up residence in our cul de sac this summer.