At The River And In The Garden

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Today’s Flashback Photo ” Harvester Butterfly”

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5 Responses to At The River And In The Garden

  1. Mary S. says:

    This is a comment for yesterday as I’ve been thinking. I know the feeling, been thru it more than once. I’m not sure what the solution is but I do know from experience (as probably you do too) that at some point one must move on to something related but perhaps very different. And in that moving on, you will find what’s next for you. It may creep up on you, and before you know it, you find yourself doing something you never tho’t of before.
    So I say (feel free to say I’m wrong; I don’t care; I have no vested interest): Just wait and see what happens. Perhaps you have already begun the “new thing” but haven’t noticed the beginnings of it in your life. But it WILL come. MCS
    P.S. I particularly like your simile of humming birds chasing each other, then “returning to perch again like ornaments on a christmas tree”. Really good! MCS

    • Jim says:

      Mary S,
      Very insightful I have been of a similar frame of mind and moved on to something similar, different, and unexpected. Had not really thought of that until you mentioned it. Thank You, to bad connecting thoughts like of the hummers don’t come more often. Had kind of put the writing attempts to bed for a nap for some time. Perhaps I need to set an alarm to wake it back up…

  2. Beautiful shots of the hummingbirds and insects! I haven’t seen a hummingbird yet this year.

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Thank You. I think the hummingbirds are already starting to shift south. I am seeing several more the past few days.

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