Home from the dentist, the muses slip into sweatshirts and mud boots. Walking Henny around the yard, Tal plucks purple and gold. “These baaaaa-bee grape hyacinths are such cuties! Mother Nature speaks. Time to get out the hummingbird feeder!” Nia runs her tongue across polished molars and incisors. “Feels good to have two boxes checked — taking responsibility for our best interests.”
Slick-toothed, typist stared at her slate. “There must be more to life than a bunch of medical self-care appointments in one day!”
Can one dry those yellow beauties then adhere them as decorative elements? Attached to turkey drumsticks at Thanksgiving. Whimsy and beauty in a one-two punch?
But for now it’s Spring with more than a few Spring-Now activities to wrestle into sensible patterns!
What’s next? 😁
Our thoughts control much of we feel in life as you know. That is why it is good to analyze how we are thinking and change anything negative to a positive. Sounds like you and the muses are doing awesome.
Yay! Two down!
I love the mixed media...
2 down! 😊
Totally agree with the quote too!
The changes on the inside are mostly invisible to others...
We have hummers back! 😁 But our grape hyacinths are over. ☹️
No cancer! No cavities! No c— ... um, no c— ... No colonial polyps! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯