|07-27-2012, 11:55 PM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2007
The Big Rock Garden
Up at dawn on this picture perfect mountain morning, blissfully working in the Big Rock Garden.
Named as such for a boulder the size of a Jeep Wrangler ~ hidden amongst a field of waterwise perennials.
Butterflies and Bumbles flit about the flowers. A tiny green Hummingbird dives in for a quick bite.. then jettisons off to the next diner, just a little ways down the road.
I was cutting a swath down the center of this huge perennial garden because the poor devils are besot with weeds. And, it's an overwhelming chore, so I like to chop it into manageable bits, with a definite beginning and end to the project.
All the while I was out there I kept thinking about how I need to return a half dozen phone calls to people who need to talk things over.
Are you a do-er? Or, a talker?
Most folks sit somewhere in the middle. I'm planted firmly in the do-er category. With a paper thin layer of patience for the other half who have cleverly figured out that talking things over is an ideal way to postpone pretty much anything that needs to get done.
Or, do they talk because they're hoping someone else will make the decision for them? I've perfected the art of shrugging my shoulders and saying: dang'd if I know.
Hummingbirds go ga-ga over the Honeysuckle vines.Re-hashing old subject matter absolutely wears me out. I've always felt this lack of patience is one of my biggest faults. But, I have plenty more...
Running a close second? How I'm pretty much always on time to anywhere I'm supposed to be. Like right now, for instance, when I was all packed up & ready to go! At exactly high noon, for our much anticipated road trip to Yellowstone. Here it is 1:45 and I'm still waiting for my ride to show up.
Don't ya just hate that?
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