Three brothers hold council, pulling at their chins, contemplating ethics and other important matters. Like squirrels.
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“Whoever you are, no matter how lonely, the world offers itself to your imagination, calls to you like the wild geese, harsh and exciting- over and over announcing your place in the family of things.” -from “Wild Geese” by Mary Oliver- We come out here to escape distraction and obligation and the constant consuming life …
Pick a flower before the end of the day. Admire its brightness as it turns sunshine into sugar. Watch a bee land on its petals, sniffing out sweetness before you untether it.
I sit at my kitchen table on this overcast Sunday morning, warmed by tea and sheepskin slippers and classical music. My body feels strong and efficient and accomplished. Part of this grounded peaceful feeling has to do with eating healthy and maintaining an active body and mind. But mostly, it’s because I’m a two-wheeled evangelist. …
It’s almost that time. It’s almost that time when leaves and stems and flowers and fruits and vegetables and seeds burst out of their beds, singing to the day. We prepare for it. It’s almost that time! You may also like: Preview Concrete oasis Sprout Coexist
Green velvet cloaks are lush all year. And fleeting, fragile flowers mean that delectable dessert is to come.