Thursday, June 3, 2010


Mae Sarton had great news on this day in 1982. "The sun is shining and the birds have shadows again." Cedar loves to stand at the window and watch the fat pigeons glide to the ground. They tuck their bright orange feet and whistle past the glass.
Verlyn Klinkenborg writes that a summer morning is "a cathedral of anticipation." How aptly put.
Under certain conditions at a certain hour Cedar tells me that thousands of leaves on the nearby tree turn themselves in mantises. It's true! I've seen it, too.

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