Thanks for commenting on my blog post. So.... I had to check out yours. I love the posts, the poems, the photos and your ideas. I will follow along in your journey of discovery and the ant on hydrangea.Beautiful!!
Farmlady...I would be honored to have you follow alonganother heart for poetry and joy is always welcome
Nice -- just doing what ants do -- fretless.
beautiful green photowith lines
Dear Suz, thank you so much for your lovely comment to my post on loneliness, it's much appreciated.I just scrolled back to your other blog and the cat post. Oh dear, how very sad, cats are meant to ramble, it is their nature to explore and have adventures. I can understand why you lock them inside the house but it grieves me to think of them being deprived of their natural way of life. I am so much more fortunate than you, no cars anywhere and the cats can go and hunt any time day or night.Last, but certainly not least, this haiku has a very delicate footprint in spite of the mighty feet.I spent a very cold day in the garden today and I am feeling too tired to be depressed. That's good.
Friko, you dear, I used to let my kitties roam free. Mostly they would stay in the garden. But sadly some of them didn't throughout the years. I think the worst was when they didn't come home...ever. We had one poisoned and two attacked by dogs or coyotes. No more. We have a big house and two of them could care less...just feed,pet and pamper me. It's this little Boo that is crazy about watching birds. I have thought of getting a cat run like dogs have....You know Friko, I know I would like your company very much. You need a wench like me around to lead the way....
Beautiful words. Beautiful photo.
Thank you for stopping by my blogs. You're also very creative. I love haïkus for a long time.I love your words and poems.
I left a comment.Now I don't see it.Oh these computers.Lovely post with green for March.Haiku writing is fun.Hugs, Cory/Dogwood
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