20 September 2008

the art of reflecting

...hiked to pittock mansion via the wildwood trail today. we found a little ms. hairy mary on the way... anyone home...
oh you little daisies how you want to just stay here and grow.
those two tall trees have a beauty about them, don't they?

6 comments:

Natalie said...

In a reflective mood?

Anonymous said...

Dark or shaded photographs of people . . . reflective of the impending weather? It was sunny and chilly this morning -- the weather certainly turned. We don't need air conditioning anymore. I went to the international grocer to get basterma . . . and had some on Sunday. Sure was tasty. I made kale and potato soup last night and have some with me for lunch today. Gross looking but very tasty.

I suppose I should be a capitalist.

freckles

natalie el-jourbagy said...

You are a person of great taste! Friday lunch followed by leftovers for dinner was a delicious indian curry chicken/lamb dish, naan and some other crunchy bread that starts with a p. On Saturday, we hiked from downtown up lower maclay park to pittock mansion. Remember that hike Mom! The hike took its toil cause I was not about to do anything that night. And so it was. A movie and 10 minute throw something in the pan kind of night. Rode the bikes on Sunday and made a chicken for dinner. Now that was gosh darn tasty too! Potatoes, carrots and chicken is the way we celebrated the first days of Fall.

No AC either here. !!!! xo

Anonymous said...

I love food. I envy your Indian cuisine experience -- Indian food is my favorite. And I think you might be referring to papadan. Hmm . . . I need to get to the Indian restaurant soon.

I'm having a hard time getting started today. I met with two clients and spoke with some crazies on the telephone. Now I've got to get some paperwork done.

And I'm off . . .

fRecKles

natalie el-jourbagy said...

Oh yes, how could I forget. We had mango chutney with the papadans. YUM yum! That stuff is the best because it cools down the hot indian flavor. xo xo

Wayfaring Wanderer said...

That Woolly Worm indicates a rather mild winter....at least that's what the local yokles around here think it signifies.........more brown, means a milder winter, haha