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The fields are brown with Queen Anne’s lace and dried grass. I guess winter is on its way.

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8 Responses to Deadweed

  1. Ann says:

    Very pretty shot! I love Queen Anne’s Lace. They are especially pretty on a frosty morning. Yup, winter’s coming, but we’ve been very lucky with our weather. No snow yet, just a few nights of frost (very untypical), yesterday we even had 65F. It was just gorgeous outside. If only there was a way to squeeze a bit more daylight out of each day…

    • robin says:

      Wow, that was a pretty warm day at 65F. We have a snow shower prediction for tomorrow. Ugg! I like Queen Anne’s lace too but it’s a little annoying come fall. All the seeds tend to get caught up in our dogs and cats hair.

  2. Buck says:

    Beautiful photo. I will miss the warm and sunny but fall can be so lovely.

  3. Jim Hen says:

    I was searching for a woodstove and come a cross your site.
    I kind of identify with you on the religion issue. Now I live free, a decente life with my wife and two sons 12 & 13 years old. We actually have them in private school until this Friday but next week they will sart in a public school.
    I admired you for your courage to brake free from that kind of enviroment and always look forward.

    Good luck in this new year.


    • lee says:

      Thanks for the comment! It’s nice to hear from so many others who have found freedom. Our motto this past year has been: the best response is to live a good life and be happy.

      It didn’t seem courageous at the time. It seemed inevitably terrifying. I was brought up to believe I had a ‘thinking religion’–the only one with consistent arguments and evidence. When I realized that the evidence was false and my whole sense of “rational” had been sabotaged from birth, there was really only one reaction regardless of consequences. Some would say it’s a personality flaw … too concerned with things being actually true. ­čÖé

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