Saturday, May 2, 2009
Genius, Power and Magic
Of Note: Like they say, there's no time like the present to start something important. And with many lifetimes to complete the project, there's no excuse not to either. Goethe knew that, of course, as his genius was the accumulations of many lifetimes of experience.
Today's Weather Report: These blogs may be necessarily shorter because the outdoors calls this time of year. The first daffodils are showing their lovely heads down by the barn....obviously the most sunny spot around. The bears are awake from hibernation. We found that out yesterday morning when we discovered trash strewn all over the yard. A wily beast had apparently climbed into the back of the truck and emptied four large trash cans that were destined for the garbage collector later in the morning! Today I picked up more of the mess in the woods where the bear had dragged two bags to savor the smelly morsels contained therein. He or she must not mind cat poop because the containers were riddled with bags of the stuff. Needless to say, the trash won't be put into the truck the night before any longer--at least until the bears go nighty-night next fall.
News You Can Use Snippet: Our beloved doggie just died, not an hour ago. Jim already had her grave dug, and today we bought a lilac bush to plant over the spot. Now she rests peacefully and will nourish a beautiful flowering bush that will bring smiles to future generations, who will have no idea why that plant is there along the fence out in the field.