Saturday, June 11, 2011

Snow angels - 160

There’s
a perfect day
I keep in my jacket pocket
Snow and sun
You and me
With that bald eagle.

For the change it wrought
everything
thank you.


Snow angels cure anything.

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This Sunday 160 (a story in 160 characters, including spaces) is brought to you by a May afternoon at Oregon's Frog Lake. If you'd like to play, let Monkey Man know (he'll visit you if he's not too busy out making snow angels in the sod).

12 comments:

Monkey Man said...

What kind of idiot makes a snow angel in shorts and a t-shirt. Oh, Yeah.

That was a day to change all days. Thank you for making it a 160.

The Bipolar Diva said...

yes they can. Beautiful! Your post came at just the right time. I'm sitting here bored to death waiting for people to post. I know, I know, I have no life.

Tulika Verma said...

Ah! Sounds like a perfect day! :) Lovely 160! :)

Brian Miller said...

nice snow angel monkey...snow angels do make most things better...smiles. bald eagle?

Granny Annie said...

160? What have I missed? Is this your number of posts? Anyway, a snow angel looks might good in these days of 100 degree heat:)

TALON said...

I love memories like that - they're pure as the driven snow (driven, of course, by snow angels) :)

Stranger said...

Yay! Snow angels... in May?!

I remember spending a summer in Oregon and having chilly rainy days but I don't remember the snow.

I love the happy feelings here and the fantastic photo!
It looks like someone is having lots of fun.

Olivia said...

lolssssssss!!

That's in response to MM's comment!!
I loved the snow angel..
Indeed I too do things those are often labeled as crazy; but those are the very things that make me!

a very big hug xox

Alice Audrey said...

What fun! You must have been pretty high up in the timberline for that shot.

bodhirose said...

Snow angels with shorts and a T-WOW! What a great 160--beautiful.

Sandra said...

haha! I love this, right down to the picture! Perfection as usual! You know, I know a guy you could pair up with, and the two of you could write a superb poetry book. Think about it :)

Unknown Mami said...

Oh my goodness, why haven't I been keeping a perfect day in my pocket? What is wrong with me?