Two-Bit Musings.

A Snip of The Snap.

(Dragon, that is.)

Leaping & Bounding, 2020.
Original Photo by SnapDragon X.
All rights reserved, yo.

Ahh. What a day.

Albeit quite busy with baby, there were so many small delights:

This morning I looked outside and saw a brilliant red cardinal. He was pecking away at our herbs, in what I can only assume was a joyful fashion. He looked like a drawing, or a childrenโ€™s illustration. How lovely.

Then this afternoon, I decided to revive my potted SnapDragon. I cannot tell you how exceptionally satisfying it was when I found her, several weeks ago, sprouted and blooming and looking like a fairyโ€™s wedding cake. The Sweet Husband and I had exerted precisely zero effort on our garden thus far, so to see nature finding a way was, of course, a comfort all of its own.

And to top off my day of splendor, Dear Reader, I saw a wren feed her two (or three?) young ones in the nest they built in our hanging begonias. I saw her deposit the meal carefully inside each beak. It was so simple, so loving, and so innocent.

And my heart, it did rejoice.

. . .

SnapDragon is a writer, artist, and body product enthusiast.

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10 comments on “A Snip of The Snap.

  1. it’s amazing the sights that nature offers us, if we just take a moment to look for them. wonderful post, SnapDragon!

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  2. Seeing the world for the first time over and over. How beautiful.

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  3. A snip and a snap and time for a nap

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  4. Awesome ๐Ÿ˜ i saw a caterpillar ๐Ÿ› today while washing my cauliflower. I immediately called my son to see it.

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