Wednesday, February 17
Several green fields line Midland Road.
Today the egrets are out in great numbers, the fields having been watered this morning. I park the Perfect Tow Vehicle alongside the road and pick up my camera. Bridget and Reggie lie near me. After taking several shots, I set down the camera and simply enjoy the peaceful sight.
There must be hundreds of egrets!
Their slender, white forms move gracefully over a floor of green. Everyone stays with the group, yet no one crowds another. When peace is disturbed by something outside the flock, one spreads wings and takes flight, then another, and another.
It’s a beautiful community.
I am thrilled to see readers appear here again after being gone — gone, but not forgotten! Did you notice how everyone — almost every single person who wrote, including those who think they have nothing interesting to say — made the conversations better, the community stronger?
Thank you for taking the time to write.
The crew and I are fine. One gains perspective on problems and feelings when reading what others are going through! I’m amazed at the resilience, grace, and compassion revealed in the hundreds of comments under the previous post.
Gee, I don’t know why I’m amazed . . .
You always have been a remarkable group of good people.
This post is nothing fancy. I post it to give you a new, fresh, green field, while I continue to rest.
Flock together in harmony, alight in unison, float together in peace.
Only God knows how much I love you.
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