“Ohhhh! Wasn’t our field trip yesterday delicious?” asked Calliope while she washed out the brushes. Thalia packed up the paints and set them in their watercolor crate. She nodded her enthusiastic agreement. “Thanks for cleaning up the paints,” said Nia.
So incredibly #Inspiring! I am so #Grateful for this connection and the community of conversationalists that’s sure to emerge!
One of my favorite new idioms is “A rising tide lifts all boats.” The reason I am so inspired by this concept is that no boat is left behind. Every boat, regardless of its size, shape, color, race, creed, origin, etc., will be equally influenced as the tide comes in and together all the boats will rise…
Well Bobby, that’s a novel idea, but what the heck does it have to do with moons?
Everything is connected…
😁 Not the least surprised by the actual color. Beth is often entertained by my guesses!
Quite delightful! With my diminished red/green color perception, I’ll hazard a guess that the upper, left moon is green. Like, “The moon is made of green cheese!” Living in the Land of Ten Thousand Lakes, along with Cheese Heads, I’ll wager a nickel that there is at least one variety of green cheese in your state! Even edible.
Today you suggest that the Muses might have begun the practice of Feng Shui to keep the studio organized. Of course there are the folks who say, A clean desk is the sign of a sick mind. Does clutter distract typist?
Citing Thurber’s Children’s book revealed a side I didn’t know before. If eating too many raspberry tarts is a qualification for Princessdom I’m well on my way. What!? I might have some disqualifiers?? Darn.
Loved the whole offering. Einstein’s observation is spot on.