see the swallowed
of sunken wishes nesting
like tiny golden eggs
in the garbage
and inside the skeleton
of an ancient bird, my heart
a twisted map with
I woke up this morning with a little bit of frost on the car. A sure sign of the season changing.
Autumn is in full swing, with the gorgeous colours and wonderful harvest foods. The corn fields are coming down, and pumpkins and gourds are popping up everywhere.
I'm starting to crave hearty soups and chili's, as well as the wonderful pie and apple crisp that help define the season.
I hope you all get out today, and breathe in the crisp Autumn air. Enjoy it!
See you all next week,
Good Wednesday To You,
Its midweek, perhaps you feel stuck in the middle of a stressful work week. Allow yourself some giggle time while you gaze at these rather jocular images by Ian Thomas. He has a great sense of humor and creativity. Haven't we all thought at some point, 'I have this great concept for a joke, but...'. Well, lucky for us, Ian follows through and goes to some great lengths to get his desired result.
If these have made you giggle or even better, laugh out loud, then remember that somebody wisely said "laughter is the best medicine". There are 33 clever images produced by Ian, check them out.
Have a brilliant day!
Happy Monday Blog Guelph!
My summer hiatus has drawn to a close, and it is time to get the creative juices flowing again.
Thank goodness for the cool September nights. There is something so refreshing and wonderfully tell tale about them. Especially after the hot dry summer we endured.
It seems I want to stay awake longer, and edit pictures longer in the chilled air. I want to enjoy every moment of it that I can.
I am one who tends to hang onto summer til the bitter end. I feel energized and inspired when walking in a green, lush forest. Spotting brightly coloured leaves falling from the canopy reminds me to prepare for the inevitable. I am learning to embrace the metamorphosis of the summer season.
Notice the beauty at ground level. You may be pleasantly surprised.
Have a grand day!