Elwha is surreal today, in purple light.
I am posting this for today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt: action.
Well, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, right? Which could be a nap. This is taken with my phone zoomed from an upstairs window, right in my back yard. Voyeur, yep, that’s me, spying on my Giant Long Earred Yard Rats, also sometimes called Deer.
All of my 911 memories are still swirling around. I think everyone is exhausted and grieving. Please take care of yourselves today and I hope you have a safe place to take a nap, like my Giant Yard Rats.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: mettlesome.
I took this Monday, after walking to my cold dark clinic, pulling paper back up charts and calling everyone to cancel.
Which duck would I be? The crested one, asleep.
I do not sleep through my Rotary meetings nor my clinic meetings, since my clinic has been open for ten years. However, I was very skilled at sleeping though hospital administration meetings. I was tired from being on call!
It was still freezing out, yet this small duck slept on. I think it’s a hooded merganser. I thinks its a pretty mettlesome place to nap.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: crash.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: snooze.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: hirsute.
Hirsute in the sense of bristles….happy nappy pigs.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: orange.
They are not as orange as an orange, but orange you glad we went to the Chimacum Farmer’s Market on Sunday?
They were having a fabulous and glorious nap.
For the Daily Prompt: frantic.
The first black crowned night heron that we spot is holding very still. Fishing? No, after a while we realize: napping. Napping with head tucked, on one foot and not caring when a coot swims by.
That is a very talented napper, the opposite of frantic.