i love your post this morning annie!the stillness of the trinity of dandelions...the straight ahead launch into life of the goose.keeping it simply? a motto close to my heart.thanks for your refreshing post and your warm visit!
Hi Annie,Thanks for your comments. I can see that I am not the only one who has had problems with faux friends! What a gorgeous photo of a goose... they are some of my favourite wild birds and since I have been visiting Sweden, I have a new-found appreciation for barnacle geese (which are much smaller than Canada geese, but are very friendly!).I am with you on keeping things simple, too. There is much to be said for a simple life and in many ways I think 'modern' life is too hectic, too fast-paced and too much. Definitely nice to kick back and appreciate things :)
I like the pairing of the flowers and the goose, and your sum to sum it up!
I love today's view from the 'slow moving train', Keeping it nice and simple. Your posts sound really happy from this train!PS I'm glad my post caused you some amusement today, like my hub often says "it's an ill wind that doesn't do anyone any good" ;~)Sue x
Made me laugh!
Bright dandelions, did he see them as he rushed by.
One goose, three dandelions...paradisiacal!Cactus Postcard
This is beautiful. All of the most important things. Kiss is a mantra I have at work.
Lovely photo and simplicity is beautiful ~thanks, namaste, Carol ^_^
That's a great sum you made and the outcome is simple and perfect
simply beautiful and awesome - the perfection of nature!
come take a look out my window today!
Hi There, That is a spring picture IF I have ever seen one... Love the three little Dandelions --and of course, the Canada Goose is gorgeous... Thanks for sharing.Hugs,Betsy
I love the return of the geese -- they make me smile!
Very, very sweet. Happy spring!
This really made me smile. Very clever!!
Like there's something waiting for that goose and he/she is dying to get there... beautiful!
A goose and three little dandelions!Great photo!
What a gift to keep it simple, and I enjoyed the title of this. :-)
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