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Stop And Smell The Roses.....

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October 1st, 2013 - 04:52 PM

Took a walk with this very beautiful young lady a couple of days ago to feed the ducks at a nearby pond. She was full of energy about it. As it turned out the ducks were not too receptive and instead of gathering about for a feeding frenzy, they fled just far enough to tempt us to sit and wait to see if they would come back. That didn't happen and all the breadcrumbs went to waste. Perhaps french sourdough was more to their liking! Spoiled!

On the way back we noticed this garden of roses in full bloom and full of color. Bursting! Stopped to smell them and it took the sting of rejection from the ducks away! We just have to do that more often in the day. Everything is not a crisis when things don't go our way.

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