Once my downtown assignments were taken care of, I still had more time before I could pick up the girls than the little bit of grocery shopping I had to do would take. I decided to follow Main Street down to the little park on the little lake, since I had not visited that park in a few years now.
It was a blustery fall day, the clouds and sun playing musical chairs, with just the right amount of crispness in the air. As I entered the park these roses drew my attention immediately. What a pleasant surprise that they had managed to survive the frost we’d had the night before.
I see now! You see the car sitting, innocently, up ahead? If you were to stand still and watch, you would see a woman’s arm reach out the window and toss treats to the pavement. Birds, be they waterfowl or otherwise, have a radar that detects treats.
This day, my friends, was not just a day of enough – it was a day of plenty. Many thanks to my wonderful friends who made this day possible.