Blessing of the Seeds


  took place this past Sunday at 6:15 a.m. according to a sign. Three herons fly over the area as I walk from work to my car at 6:17 this morning, a considerable blessing on the day. A shed with four colors: a dark red half of the tin roof and a light red; grey wood siding on one half and white on the other. I brake for coffee. At the grocery store parking lot spot a lost list containing the words “pecans onion stk kleenex.” Read a reference from China to eating crane meat – a culture that reveres the bird as a symbol of longevity nevertheless allows for eating it. Why do we eat chicken?

   Anticipating the Master Gardeners’ plant sale this weekend. In the afternoon rain see the silly sight of a red Toyota with giant eyelashed. All creatures great and small…seeds to all grow tall.

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One thought on “Blessing of the Seeds

  1. Chinese, it seems, forever, pragmatically speaking, the master race.

    The crane is a symbol of many things. Paper houses only really make sense to Chinese people. It’s an arrangement they have with dragon mountains and leaping monkeys.

    RR

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