A favorite of the Cedar Waxwings…
Ese’s Topic this week is Silence and The Weekly Photo Challenge Topic is Let There be Light! I’ve decided to combine them.
Books are the carriers of civilization. Without books, history is silent, literature dumb, science crippled, thought and speculation at a standstill.
Knowledge is love and light and vision.
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What wouldn't we just do for our little ones? Today it is usual to pretend in front of your children like there is Santa Claus or Easter Bunny. But there is this embroidery artist Hiroko Kubota from Japan that was requested by her child to stitch some cute little kittens on his shirts. It seems we are not the only ones obsessed with cats around here.
When I moved over the summer from a rural farming town to a small but busy Boston suburb (you can read about my adjustment issues on my other blog), I didn’t expect to find a respite from the noise and bustle or nature within walking distance. I was happy to discover a park barely 1 mile away.
This in itself was unexpected, but there’s a bridge at the park that seems so over-the-top for a very small town. At first it seemed unexpected (in a jarring way), but now I find myself loving it and returning to the bridge over and over.
With a “late” Thanksgiving and all the talk of an “early” Black Friday, maybe someone should invent a Turkey in a Santa Suit to cover all the bases?