Wednesday, October 8, 2014
No deep thoughts today. Still fighting the good fight against OctoMouse, hiring plumbers and electricians. Days like these, I LOVE being a homeowner. Luckily, I have a job where I am off in time to see monkeys when they get home from school and go on hikes even on workdays. These pictures are all five minutes from our house.
Overturned tree trunk or something with tentacles from a sci-fi flick. Depends if you are a forty-year-old or a twelve-year-old. Hint. He says I have an overactive imagination.
Aspen golds literally change overnight, so I am obsessed at this time of year with the groves near our house. This lone Aspen amongst the pines looks like a desperate escapee. The rest of the Aspens are a few hundred feet away.
"Nothing gold can stay."
Peace and love and crunchy leaves beneath your feet, XOXO
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