Sunny afternoon in May

Up Up Up

Ginny and Pip couldn’t reach the hand rail, so they climbed up the steps to the deck very carefully.

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Moth

The first thing they saw was an ailing moth…

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Damp

…so they put it into a damp shady place.

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Plant cave

…and then they went into a plant cave…

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Fish

…but being inside a fish made them nervous, so they didn’t stay there very long.

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small

They liked the little succulents…

 

 

big plant

…and the big one.

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Rest

They climbed into the Hitty chair…

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Sit

And enjoyed the warm afternoon.

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8 thoughts on “Sunny afternoon in May

  1. You have such a knack of storytelling…truly an art form. I just caught up with Ginny and Pip’s sojourn with the Gingko tree and the guardian. Just as sweet and adorable as can be…and then you never are at a loss for more unique fun…a plant cave…you have the heart of a poet…but most of all you have the kindest kind of heart…one of a friend.

  2. the Hitty chair really brings home to me how tiny these two little darlings are! Lovely seeing them cavorting in the plants.

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