A Wonderful Friday in Six Words
I had a wonderful day today and thought I’d describe it in six sentences of six words:
robin sings brightly before dawn breaks
bright sun, fresh air, lunchtime walk
my camera stalks today’s new picture
work energy rises for yearend close
waxing moon crisp in navy sky
And for today’s picture, taken several years ago:
jealous dog stuffs into cat bed
Yes, he did! A jealous 55 pound dog decided to use the cat bed since the cat was on the desk with me. I was surprised he fit so well. Can you believe he curled up so small? I was surprised the cat didn’t refuse to use the bed after it smelled like dog.
Over at A Daily Life is guest post by Pam at Mushy Cloud. She’s given us her list of questions to use in remembering what happened last year. I encourage you to try them out. It’s easier to remember now what happened for your future self than it will be to remember it five years from now.
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I am a backyard adventurer, philosopher and observer, recording my life in journals and photographs. Visit my blog at www.livingtheseasons.com.
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That’s one determined jealous dog. Enjoyed the 6 sentences
He really was determined – he was so mad that I was giving the cat attention instead of him. I’m glad you liked my writing – thanks!
Your dog is so funny, crammed in that little bed. I had a rabbit that ate dry dog food out of a big dog bowl. The dog didn’t seem to mind, he was very patient. I liked the image of the stalking camera, have felt that way about mine sometimes.
Loved all the comments – thanks so much for taking the time to leave them.
Ooh, I can picture your navy sky! Sounds like you had a long–but hopefully fulfilling?–day. :)
It was a really good day, even with the stresses at work. I missed that you had a topic for the day, but I was really pleased with my post.
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My favorite is the image of your camera stalking a new picture.
You’re right – that one is pretty good! That’s just how I felt as I walked back to work with my camera hanging across my shoulder. Here picture, picture, picture. Here picture, picture, picture. Be sure to use the Taco Bell dog voice with that too!