Here's a shot of one horizon, two seagulls and four tall posts.
While we're frolicking in the sea of so many numbers, and to assuage the fears of those who cringe when things are missing or out of sequence (one-two-four, anyone?), I'd like to welcome you to Three Thing Thursday, where I tell three things and you tell three things--whatever you want, anything at all.
So, to recap: One horizon, two birds, three things to tell, four tall posts.
Here are my three or four things:
1. The past several nights have been heavenly. The cool, crisp air and so many bugs singing evening ballads make for some incredible sleeping, particularly with the sliding doors and windows open. The 5:30 alarm and associated swearing are not included in this lovely image of the past several nights.
2. The Chesapeake Bay Children and I marvelled over what we called the harvest moon, a huge, incredible moon rising from the east each evening. There's another similar moon phase called the hunter's moon, and because we lack attention
3. Tonight I made a bonfire outside just off the back patio, and as I write this it's still going strong. The scent of burning wood and leaves, the cool, crisp air and the songs of nocturnal insects floating through the open windows have just persuaded me to declare a new found love for fall. Remind me next year to take any vacation days I may have during the first two weeks of October.
4. I really love the word "assuage." Not only do I like how it sounds, I like what it stands for.
Now, please have at it. Tell us three or more things. Write whatever you want. There are no limits (even to the number of things), no boundaries, no rules whatsoever.
Let it all hang out.