May 17th

9 Responses to “May 17th”

  1. Paula Says:

    Oh… how shall I cross the big cliff? – asked the little “grass-hopper”…. rrsrs

  2. Poetic Universe Says:

    I like it Paula. Shall we make this the poetic verse today. Where is it from

  3. michelesaad Says:

    Beautiful photo as usual.
    I was thinking whether I could think of a quote to match the picture… i could only think of this, but i’ll share anyways (just for laughs) 🙂

    How to ride a horse:
    Step One – Mount the horse.
    Step Two – Stay mounted.


  4. lisa Says:

    that is a goat horse
    he has goat feet
    and a goat tail
    and i think he’s standing on a worm slug

  5. lisa Says:

    how about
    ‘to truly enjoy an interesting artifact, one must remain grounded by riding on the back of a worm slug’

  6. jacqui Says:

    hmm how about it’s a deer, an intellectual deer, listening intently to the the teachings of a well known philosopher…but then again maybe not

  7. lisa Says:

    a dear little deer
    on a worm slug’s back.

  8. Marie Says:

    A deer a name I call myself.
    maybe it’s a doe.. I think I hear the sound of music.

  9. Paula Says:

    How easy do we become accustomed to a certain rhythm.
    When this changes, like: not having a sentence under the print above, our reaction is usually unexpected.
    – I just made a joke… my jokes aren’t ever funny. My kids always hide their heads in disappointment afterward, and hardly ever laugh. So, I was even worried about you disliking it.
    However, I see that it created a sweet reaction, didn’t Lisa?

    By the way, where did the print comes from? – Did you do it Bruce?

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