Listening for the words in a quiet corner of the night. The fiction, poetry, and photography of Jason Evans.
Yeah I think they had it better than their domesticated cousins. MMMM MMMM I even have left over peanut butter and strawberry preserves from my dinner. Need a loaf of bread though.
Chloe and I were sitting in the diningroom this morning eating breakfast. When, all of a sudden, a lone turkey ran quickly past the window! I called out - "Relax! It's over!"Hope your Thanksgiving Day was wonderful.
A collective sigh in the forest! LOL!Happy thanksgiving to you too.
Hope you had a happy holiday, too, Jason!
The turkeys here in Northern California are pretty bold. One November morning a few years back, there were two sitting on top of my car. I said, "Guys? Shouldn't you be, you know, HIDING?"
Walking Man, time for a nap, my friend.Kaye, ha! Run, little guy, run! Hope you had a wonderful time too.Tabitha, now the deer are nervous.... ;)Karen, hope you had a great weekend!Sere, they have such Jekyll/Hyde personalities, don't they? :) When I'm after them in the forest, they're like ghosts. Yet, they seemed intent to jack your car in broad daylight.
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