Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Less Words Wednesday

Living on the Pacific Coast of Canada we might often experience the drizzle of a rain forest. .. .

but. . . .hey if the big old Maple tree can enjoy a bit of moss growing on it. . .why can't I?

The tree is all but unclothed . . . .

but the floor beneath it . .. has a carpet of gold. If you have never walked on crunchy leaves. . think frosted flakes.



Oh .. . do have a wonderful day my friends. . . we're off to get my Cholesterol results. . .woo hoo.

13 comments:

  1. "Frosted Flakes" - that's a perfect description.

    Hope your numbers are perfect!

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  2. lovely pix, would have loved to have been on that walk. can you believe i just did a full panel, perfect CHOL! woo hoo :)♥

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  3. Ahh in less than a week I'm hoping to experience some frosted flake mornings ... :0)
    Hope you can still have butter rich foods after your appointment!

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  4. May you discover that you're as healthy as can be! No moss on you, my dear, you move too fast!

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  5. Lovely pics Lovella! And I also wish perfect numbers for you!
    Here it's the crunch in snow which has a beauty all it's own.

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  6. Beautiful coastal range --- love that forest! Enjoy a beautiful day and hope the cholesterol is exactly where you want it!

    LaTeaDah

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  7. Lovella, you take such beautiful pictures! I absolutely LOVE crunching leaves.
    All the best on those results.

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  8. I love moss covered logs .. to me a picture of contentment and peace...and leaves on the ground.. God's joy under my feet !

    May your cholestrol be soo low that you can come home and enjoy all your good cooking !! smile...

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  9. The pics are stunning. Where exactly does one go to get such fabulous photos?

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  10. Oh Dear! Cholesterol results?? I'd rather wait until after the holidays to hear about that!

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  11. Love the photos! Good luck on the cholesterol count. Mine was a "little" high last time. sigh!

    Blessings

    Linda

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  12. Foliage is so beautiful. I like your analogy of frosted flakes.
    I loved crunching up the leaves yesterday. It was good therapy after a long vacation.
    Hope your results are OK...

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  13. So pretty! All your pictures strengthen my resolve to get out west someday....

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Thank you!