Until I feel up to a real post, here’s a few Wyoming wildflowers Tom snapped for me on one of his hikes. Enjoy.

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  1. I love that part of the country in the summer.

    Glad to see you still have your feet up relaxing, blog post writing-wise. 🙂

  2. Hi Gigi! Sometimes, one needs a break, at least from one thing in her life. :b

  3. Thank goodness you’re taking a break! It shows you’re human after all! That recent blog about how you manage to fit so much in was kind of exhausting. El, thanks so much for the book recommendations you posted somewhere here. I’m enjoying them and learning so much.

  4. Don’t think I ever told you how your banner makes me smile every time I come here. Such a big chick and such tiny flowers…must be some kind of magic going on. Enjoyed the peek at your husband’s art, also. Couldn’t help but think that surely all that you do that creates such good food must surely also help feed his creativity. Maybe not, maybe he had that talent before you were in the picture but I still like the thought. I also enjoy your sidebar…the one now and the one about how farmers should have to plant naked. So true.

    All this to say while understanding the need for a break, I really enjoy what you do here. I learn, I laugh, I get inspired and you know what? It’s a break for me. kinda funny, isn’t it?

    Enjoy your break, El. Having one less thing to do always feels really good to me and I hope it does for you, too.

  5. Aww, Jeri, you are quite welcome. Geez I thought that food preservation post was supposed to encourage you all: look, I had time to swim AND catch bugs too. Perhaps I am just slightly food-mad, no?

    K: Thank you! Sorry my break has taken away your own break (snort)! I would like to think these victuals help the boy, and maybe it is true. It’s another outlet for creativity for me, though, this cooking. I think much of the sadness in the world has something to do with a lack of creative outlets (regardless of circumstances). We are a tinkering species, right? Anyway, I think I am back…though those weeds are mighty tall out there so we shall see!

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