Sing along: One of these things is not like the others…
From the beach yesterday morning. I say still life, but there could be mites in the feather and the plants are still alive and no doubt there are lots of microscopic plants and animals in this picture. I am wondering how it is really possible to be vegan with bacteria around. Do they not count?
Do corals have venation? The feather does.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: venation.
For today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt: elevate.
Walking the beach this past week, we saw this eagle. We thought he or she was pretty happy. Why?
First, there were patches of little fish on the beach.
We discussed the fish. Did they get chased by a predator and get left by a receding wave? Interesting.
Then we wondered why there were no gulls eating the little fish. No birds eating the little fish at all.
And then we figured out why:
Oh, we thought. Amazing how much the gull looked like a dead angel at first.
And a bit further along the beach, the eagle sat, looking very happy. Mmmm, seagull.
I love this gorgeous piece of music: Over the Rhine’s Let it fall.
Happy Easter Sunday.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: rock.
One of my favorite early morning rocks, in Ontario, Canada.
The mergansers like it too.
In the early morning before dawn
the orchids keep me company
cat and computer as I sit and write
I tried a desk but the sky doesn’t lighten
windows on three sides, the orchids and I
await the sun, cat now on my lap
this table was my grandmother’s
my mother loved flowers
my daughter says “The laptop’s in the way.”
Thank you orchids, cat and table
Thank you laptop, teacup, dawn
Thank you grandmother, mother, daughter
kitchen window blessing