Vulnerability

This one’s all dry…

Vulnerability
It is very cold and rainy up here on the foresty hill today… strangely, a few tomatoes still hang on to the withered plants pretending to ripen, but they look kind of mottled. Tomatoes in November??
Last week we had TWO birds smack into the front window of the house. One did not make it 😦 but the other I put in a box way up on the big wooden stepladder, and he was only stunned so eventually recovered. Poor birdies! I am not sure why they are flying into the window all of a sudden, perhaps they think the lily-ish pattern on the curtains makes it a real bush to land in.
This is *definitely* curling up and sketching weather. When I was little rainy days were my favorite days to draw, in my pajamas at the table in the dining room, where we had a giant window from floor to ceiling (just a window, not a sliding glass door). That, or I’d go out and roll in the mud in my best Sunday dresses (sorry, Mommy!).
*Proceeds to drawing*

2 thoughts on “Vulnerability

  1. Eliizabeth Novak says:

    Oh that's so sad about the birds. I read somewhere that birds see the reflection of trees in windows and think they can go right through them. Sadly, many can't.Blessings, Elizabeth

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