Monday, March 19, 2007

shapes

When a particular shape keeps reappearing to me, I always stop and think about what it could be trying to tell me.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket tracks from the snowplow

It is not that the shape is in any way unusual, it is the fact that I happen to keep NOTICING it,

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket poultry wire around the garden

in a way that I think somewhere in my soul, it is trying to make me stop and figure out a REASON that I am noticing the shape. That somehow, I should be aware of something having to do with that shape, and usually there is.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket hornet nest

It is hard to think of planting when the ground is still covered with over a foot of snow. But it is time.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket planting cell pack

Today, I started the lettuce and the broccoli...so that they will be ready when it comes time to set them out....and so I can rest assured that I paid attention to the reason for noticing the shape.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket you know....

However, there is always the chance that this shape is trying to tell me something else....

8 comments:

Lorraine said...

Yup! Get on the sticks and start knitting! ;-D

meresy_g said...

you need to keep bees. Thats my guess.

Judy said...

I dug out to the greenhouse and carried the potting soil to it. Present living conditions are not conducive to starting seed in the here. I do have a propane heater I might have to dig out and set up in the greenhouse. That will have to wait till tomorrow (very Scarlet O'Hara) I am carding today.

KnittingJones said...

A lace scarf -- maybe mohair and silk? In a honeycomb pattern1

elise said...

Neat post. When I first started reading I was thinking what the heck does she mean? Then I ended it by thinking I should be paying more attention to shapes in my own life, maybe I wouldn't forget things so much!

Cathy said...

I like knitting jones idea - I'll have to look around to see what shapes catch my eye. Other then the shape of paintbrushes.

judy said...

I almost wrote this post, lol... I'll be digging out the pictures one of these days. Great pics.

wyldthang said...

Hi! Did you know a hexagon is the most efficient straightsided way to fill space? Those smarty pants little busy bees!!

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