Sunday, January 9, 2011

Small Stones: Day Nine

I have committed to participating in the National Month of Small Stones (read about it at A River of Stones, here). This will be a real challenge for me. Rather than my usual lengthy missives, I will be reigning in my writing muses and only writing a tiny nugget to capture what I've observed. The key is being open and aware, and noting the moment when it comes. For those of you who will miss my usual rambling, I'll be including a link to favorite "oldies" that I've written -just click on the red oldie title and the link will take you there.

Today's Small Stone...

apricots, peaches, nectarines, plums, cantelope, strawberries
this Winter sunrise makes me think of Summer fruit
Camus was so right

"In the depth of Winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible Summer."
~Albert Camus

Favorite Oldie...

The Flavor of a Day


  1. Yes! I stood transfixed in the produce section of the store today. I think some people were frightened when I stood there sniffing the red bell peppers and the chopped-up melons! Love it!


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