Talk to the Stars—-Wednesday, May 16, 2018

So do you talk to the stars?

Sometimes I do…they are so beautiful, so amazing, so glittering, so vast.

Sometimes I stand on the ditch bank…my arms flung wide and tell our farm…how beautiful it is.

Even after a long day of working in my yard, helping with the irrigation, cleaning the house, painting fences…when the pain in my arms and back almost blind me

I still feel the most profound gift of this amazing place where Terry and I live.

Sometimes the breathtaking life surrounding us –is like a spell… The bats flitting in the gathering gloom, the last of the Barn Swallows feeding on the mosquitoes, the stars just starting to appear in the darkening heavens, the soil thriving and growing plants, the plants forming from little seeds,

It all weaves a pattern, like a spell.

From my world to your heart,

Linda

 

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25 thoughts on “Talk to the Stars—-Wednesday, May 16, 2018

  1. I am quite envious at the moment…in need of those feelings myself, but feeling a bit disillusioned with things. Life in the city wears on you and people are getting to be so rude and aggressive, which I attribute partly to examples set by certain public people who should know better…I could use a talk to the stars out in the open away from the madding crowd.

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  2. The silent majesty of the stars is wonderful for cutting our little problems down to size. Just to sit and appreciate them quiets the mind and stills the irritable spirit.

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  3. Some of the clients in Southern California were stars of cinema and television. I spoke to them about their landscapes and trees. Other older stars, as well as a few young ones, got their stars installed onto the sidewalk of Hollywood Boulevard. At night, the lights of their homes looked like stars on the hills around town. It was so nice to have so many stars out and about around town because there were so few visible in the sky there. There is much less smog now, but much more glare from the City.

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