I don’t care much about leap day, but I am glad every four years to have an extra day to do whatever I want, or to catch up on things I really don’t want to do. This year I spent the day at my computer writing a final paper….for which I’ve just discovered, I received an A. Maybe it had something to do with the extra day I had to write it?
On a lighter note, I have another photo to share with you. It brightened my day, so I hope it’ll add some lightness to your day also. I think the photo should be credited to National Geographic. ( http://www.stockvault.net/blog/…/majestic-examples-of-bird-photography/) If it’s someone else’s photo I’ll be happy to give credit where credit is due. Please let me know if I need to change this.
www.stockvault.net/blog/…/majestic-examples-of-bird-photography/ It looks like they are thinking “Closer, closer, huddle together for warmth!”
Which is exactly what they are doing…Mother Nature protects her creatures by giving them instincts that help to keep them alive. Humans have those kinds of instincts too. One in particular I endorse wholeheartedly…and that is to trust your instincts. If it feels wrong or bad, it usually is. So get out of there! I’ve personally experienced this more than a few times and I’ve always been glad I paid attention. On one occasion it literally saved my life. So, listen to your instincts, take a few minutes to listen for your instincts to see what they may be trying to tell you.
Suzy on her soapbox again. I can’t seem to get through the week without at least one paragraph on some issue I think is important. Since I think out loud, it leaks into my blogs. Bear with me and where it’s something that might actually be helpful or interesting, please take note.
The purple sweater is still in pieces as I write, but this weekend I’m hoping to get it blocked and maybe even assembled! Keep you posted on that…
Have a perfectly wonderful weekend!