Wednesday, November 05, 2008

The Paths We Take

Somtimes we bravely take our own path and sometimes we follow the paths of others, but we should always watch where we are going.


Sky said...

:) i remember when we went out looking for deer print in the garden each morning. we were so upset that the deer had eaten the blooming top of our mardigras rhododendron! we were trying to figure out where they were jumping the picket fence so we could apply a nice dose of cougar-doo and hang more soap from low branches of evergreens!

i love these photos of footprints. it is always interesting to see who lives with us in our own little worlds. we would be so thrilled to have a large piece of property near water like you guys. i probably would not sleep for weeks trying to catch all the comings and goings!

Heidi R. Kling said...

Hi! I saw your comment on the Crowe's Nest on Varian's blog, but wanted to let you know that I am the author of SEA (not Varian)

My name's Heidi, we all share the Crowe's Nest.

Here's my website if you want to learn more about me or the book which comes out in 2010 with Putnam.