A bushy tail scales the trunk of the cedar — agile, curious, and taking care of business.
A spring green incher dangles in midair, attached to branch by an invisible thread, fearlessly exercising and growing its wiggle.
Concealed by shadow and thicket, a mother does what mamas do.
Thalia puts dried, stem-anchoring rocks back into the vase. “I like them all! For different reasons —”
The true secret of happiness lies in taking a genuine interest in all the details of daily life.
~ William Morris