Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Allowance



I spoon black-eyed peas of the new year into Sophie's mouth outside under the sun, and while she is perhaps too old, too big for spooning, the yin/yang curve of the bean allows me to hear a leaf drop next to her.

Small Stone 3 

13 comments:

  1. May each moment be this precious, today, and every day.

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  2. i am loving each round stone you cast from your open hand, your buoyant heart, your sage coloured soul.

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  3. i am loving each round stone you cast from your open hand, your buoyant heart, your sage coloured soul.

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  4. Me, too. Loving these small, smooth stones of writing from you. x0 N2

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  5. Yep, me too, Elizabeth. How brave to strive for such perfection each day. So far, so good.

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  6. I am really liking this, Elizabeth. I want to do it, too. But not in my blog, in a notebook. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  7. LOVE it! Thanks for the inspiration as always. I hope your black eyed peas bring lots of luck to you this year!

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  8. An auspicious allowance me thinks.

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  10. You have an uncanny ability to both frighten and inspire me. :P

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  11. Beautiful. I love these small stones.

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  12. Oh how I wish I had your poetic view of life. I was placing one kidney bean at a time in The Baby's mouth yesterday who kept signing "more more." All I could think about was, "boy, are you gonna be farting in the morning."

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