Wednesday, January 16, 2013

I Heart

Just because...

I heart~
Unexpected gifts~
Robots, FIRST, and FIRST 2102 Team Paradox~
Bulbs, gardens, seeds, seed catalogs, and pulling carrots out of the ground~
Cobalt blue~

I heart~
Matchboxes, candles, Christmas lights, LED lights, fireflies, and campfires~
Acorns, and corn on the cob, and oak trees, and tree houses, and Hobbit houses~
Chickens, hens, roosters, chicks, nests, eggs, cracked corn, and corn tortillas~
Boots, cowboy boots, rain boots, rain, cows, and mooing at cows standing in golden fields with oak trees~
Lathes, dremel tools, sandpaper, drills, yardsticks, wood glue, hot glue, and glitter~

I heart~
Travel books, maps, railway stations, trains, coming home~
Horse shoes, wall hooks, wainscoting, railings, cable spools, and galvanized steel~
Dishes, sheets, quilts, scarves, sewing, cooking, thinking, dreaming, making, tinkering, fixing, planning, going, returning~
I heart Chickenblog, because I can think out loud here, and find kindred spirits, and little and great things that matter, and that do not matter, yet reveal themselves and want to be out.
I heart~
Laughing, too.


kara said...

I have the same rain boots! I'd recognize them anywhere! :) Also, I know this is the wrong post, but goats in the house? I died from the cute.

Adaliza said...

Lovely hearts! I share lots with you but have to add ducks (well 1 special duck called Flora) to the chicken list and collie dogs, 'cos otherwise the girls would be upset!

ArtyZen said...

I heart Chickenblog! Axxx

Natalie, the Chickenblogger said...

Love having our boots at the back door... they are power boots, allowing us farm chicks to muck through any weather, all conditions!! Goats in the house _are_ cute. For like two frames! I do love their antics, though!

Natalie, the Chickenblogger said...

Oh, I could heart a duck, and a collie.
Give some ~quacks~ to Flora, from the Chickenblogger!

Natalie, the Chickenblogger said...

You are the wind beneath my chicken-wings!
>>>okay, that really does sound goofy, but
I didn't want to tear-up and become overly
emotional about how nice it is to read the
lovely things you tell me. Thank you, Annie.