Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Early one September morning


Today's music is "Eight-Paw Waltz" from Tim Neumark.
(Be on the lookout for shapeshifter Hank at 1:35.)

19 comments:

  1. Lovely music, perfect for early morning before the rat race starts. Beautiful photography. Best four-footed souls and mutual back-scratching, what more can you ask?

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  2. The music was perfect! I loomed and looked a relooked but never saw Hank.

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    1. Hank turns into a raven and flies along the left edge of the screen, then George's ears perk up when he catches the raven out of the corner of his eye.

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    2. beautiful flowers in a peaceful heaven, nice music

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    3. that is a special soul to soul communication, so intimate that only you can see and feel. I understand this because a few days after my previous cat died, I saw her in a cloud in the sky and burst into tears but I was the only able to see it

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    4. An American in Tokyo9/7/16, 5:42 PM

      Ah! I saw the raven but I didn't connect it to Hank. Did he have a special relationship with ravens?

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    5. No, but this raven has been hanging out at the barn with us all summer and we like to think it's Hank.

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    6. An American in Tokyo9/8/16, 5:52 PM

      I see!!! I'm sure he's there, caholing (is that a word?) around! =)

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  3. Thanks! Just beautiful! What a great way for me to start the day. …..and Hank. I'm sure he's always close at hand.

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  4. A beautiful way to start the day. Thank you.

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  5. We're there ever better friends than George and Allen? Aunt Jean

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    1. Not that I know of. Will I see you Saturday in Pie Town?

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    2. Absolutely! I'll have on a straw cow boyish hat. Yea!!

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  6. Nice of Hank to visit...I miss him too.

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  7. Beautiful. Thank you.

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  8. So glad the Raven (aka Hank) is still visiting. Love those flowers! Do we know what kind? My fav' colors, too!
    The kids look great and silly as always <3

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    1. Those are feral sunflowers, as far as I know. They smell bad but they're pretty!

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  9. Incredible light, so intense and beautiful.

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