A Slow Sunday

After a crazy day yesterday organizing and overseeing small town festival events, the most adventurous thing I did today was pick wild raspberries. I discovered new batches of them in an overgrown and mucky area off the driveway. Given my haul, today’s Sunday muffins were whole wheat/oatmeal with raspberries and blueberries.


While wadding through the tangle of raspberry briars, I found this little guy.


I moved him to a volunteer Black-Eyed Susan for a photo shoot.


The “Lazy Susan” and the snail together do a good job illustrating how I’m feeling today. Happy Sunday.


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One Response to A Slow Sunday

  1. Lisa Ludlow says:

    That snail is workin’ it like a runway diva!

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