Sunday, October 30, 2011

Day #383 Slanting Rays

The late wild asters are still blooming, but they’re beginning to get brown around the edges, and some of the blooms have disappeared completely. Very few bees were in evidence today – not surprising, since the temperature has been dipping lower and lower each day.

Still, the sun was bright, and Miss Polly and Daisy snoozed in the afternoon rays slanting in through my bay window. If I'd had a good camera, I might have taken a picture like this one:

I gleaned it from the internet, of course.

BEEattitude for Day # 383:
       Blessed are those who appreciate sunshine, for they shall have wonderful naps.

The teeny details:
Coming Soon: VIOLET AS AN AMETHYST, the 6th Biscuit McKee mystery

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