40 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. The first thing I thought about was, Valley Forge, how Washington’s army had no shoes in the snow. See what a photograph can do? I also thought of a first snow, when you were a kid and there was no school, and you’d be so happy as you looked out the window at that perfect white blanket set before you.

    I really look forward to Wordless Wednesday. 🙂

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  2. Q,

    My first thought was that this was a well traveled path, judging by the fact that there are footsteps everywhere you look. And so this peaceful neck of the woods became something else when I looked a little closer, and found the soccer net up on the hill. From which I deduced this must be near a school or a park . . . hence the well traveled path.

    Secondly, how steep is that hill up ahead? I can’t imagine it’s very high, but maybe it’s the place where kids come to sled? Or parents take the to sled? Especially if it’s a navigable hill?

    And thirdly, it’s a rather peaceful way to commute. Be it to a school, a park or wherever this is.

    You got me asking a lot of questions as I inspect the surroundings, so my question is, how right or wrong was I? 😉


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    • B,

      The funny thing is, this is a path that seems to be to nowhere. It’s like the edge of a park. up on the hill is the soccer field and over it to the other side is a park with swings and such… and to my left is a baseball diamond. Behind me is a very ritzy ‘hood with beautiful houses.

      The hill is not all that steep but enough for sledding – there were a few when Zeke and I passed by.

      It is truly a lovely walk and brings me to “my” willow 😉

      I love that the photo has you asking questions. You were very right because of all the parks and playing fields but no school 😉


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