Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Deep Thoughts




Look deep into Nature,
and then you will understand everything better.
-Albert Einstein





The poetry of the Earth is never dead.
-John Keats






Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature.
It will never fail you.
-Frank Lloyd Wright




Then again, there are exceptions.
-Chesapeake Bay Woman

9 comments:

Grandma J said...

That was getting pretty deep alright....then I saw my pal Gustav and the world was right again! :)

Anonymous said...

Ok, thanks to maria in nj mentioning you on the Blog Cabin posts, I have ever since been reading & loving this blog.
This one made me cry; especially Gustav !!

Maria_NJ said...

Thank you anonymous for the shout out...I have been following CBW's (someday I am going to know her first name!) blog too since finding her. Lovely isn't it. And I think even though the probability of me winning the Twin Coves home is very slim, I still have a strong desire to make her spring rolls!

I swear after my years in the casinos work is through, I am buying a house in the middle of the woods with nothing but nature around me. That is my plan and I am sticking with it...

wv:snom: we don't need snow no mo!

TTFN
wv:

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ax96iVmTCI&feature=related



mer

Maria_NJ said...

thank you, I laughed out loud!!! I needed that...



TTFN

wv:allop: if I ever get married again, I am going to allop

Daryl said...

Gustav looks as if he's posing for a sculptor .. or someone getting ready to have his neck chopped. Clearly my thoughts dont run as deep .. shallow thoughts ahead ...

WV: waryagh ... its a cautious GAH

deborah said...

Deep, indeed:) I would love to hang out on that pier/dock thingy..gorgeous pictures.
Gustav always poses for the camera, doesn't he?

wv: bpuse: what Gustav is attempting to say when he poses

Meg @ Soup Is Not A Finger Food said...

That's one of my favorite things I have ever visited. Not the goose - that boardwalk out to the observation area. So nice.

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

Grandma J. - Can you take your pal Gustav home with you when you visit this fall? I"m sure he'll become fast friends with JJ. Either that or he'll eat him as a quick snack. Thanks.

Anonymous - Glad to have you here. Gustav will definitely draw tears - and blood if he bites. He's a mean son of a gun.

Maria-I still think you're going to win, I feel it. Regardless, you're more than welcome to come here for a visit and bring your mad spring roll making skillz with you. Any time!

Mer-Thank you - love Jack Handy. In fact, I have something in the works with a friend of mine where we might do a jack handy-ish book. As always you're right on the mark with your video and audio accompaniment. Good to hear from you.

Daryl - I thought it looked like he was posing for the chopping block too. But don't let my mother hear you say that...

Deborah - That goose cannot sit still when someone's around, especially someone with a camera. Must be his ego.

Meg-The time we went there that first Blog Fest was very memorable. It's always beautiful down there.

Thanks for commenting, y'all. It's been crazy-busy around here and there's no end in sight. It's always nice to hear from you, even if I don't always get to respond. Just know that I really appreciate it.