Long Summer

April 15, 2010

The cure for what ailed me

Filed under: Picture heavy — by dbmamaz @ 3:27 pm
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Today was looking like a mess, as I was not in the mood to deal with school.  So we went outside.  Oh, yeah!

I sat right here, looking at that, and listening, with my eyes closed.  Theres nothing so calming for me as the sound of a babbling brook.

Raven was perfectly content and Fluffy came, too.

In fact, Fluffy surprised my by leaping about 5 feet across the stream – I had no idea! 

Fluffy liked to be near enough to see what we were doing, but not TOO near, especially to Raven.  The sudden movements and loud noises startled the poor cat every time, who would race back to a drain pipe to hide.

And in case you’re wondering why I havent invited you over yet, there’s something I need to take care of first.

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5 Comments »

  1. It was looking really nice . . .

    Definitely have to get out everynow and then, clears everybody’s head.

    Comment by hjdong — April 15, 2010 @ 3:49 pm |Reply

  2. Ha. Ha. Yeah – I think I will avoid the ivy for now. Considering our current situation and all.

    Comment by Traci — April 15, 2010 @ 7:57 pm |Reply

    • Oh, Traci, I bet just the sight of it creeps you out at this point!

      Comment by dbmamaz — April 15, 2010 @ 9:08 pm |Reply

  3. thanks for the suggestions on my blog. i’ve put taz on the school bus barefoot before 🙂 i can usually get Taz to do what he needs to but it takes a lot of time and patience. i would rather wait for him to get himself together than lug him out in a rage every time. of course, i’m not always successful 🙂

    Comment by Taz's Mama — April 22, 2010 @ 11:05 am |Reply

  4. We’ve been dealing with poison ivy too. All the rain last year excited it. At least you have a beautiful spot and you know what the ivy looks like, so you can avoid it. 🙂

    Loved your comment! I so want to try putting baking soda in tomato soup now. 😀

    Peace and Laughter!

    Comment by Cristina — May 5, 2010 @ 8:39 pm |Reply


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