The walk along the river this morning was, if not stimulating, very peaceful. With nothing happening around me, I gave my thoughts free rein.
I was wondering why getting out in the mornings always bring back memories of getting to school. I've reached the age where I can count many more days going off to other places than school — but all those other mornings never come to my mind.
After this wet summer and fall, and now winter, it's plenty of water in the river, and although I wanted to get a better picture of the river, I stayed on the path. The banks are very wet and slippery, and I had no intention to join the beavers. I could tell that they had been there, but they are shy and stay away when they hear people.
Of course my thoughts went to blogging and people I've "met" in the blogosphere. I find it so fascinating that you can form new friendships, without even leaving your recliner! The only problem with not leaving your house, is that you don't get a whole lot to write about.
I love how we interact, leave comments and cheer each other. Today one of my e-friends, Kirsti from Norway, left a comment with a link she thought would interest me. And it certainly did, check it out, it is the original version of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
This autumn — or actually the whole year — has been very uneventful, and writing about grocery shopping and cooking or paying bills and collecting dustballs, is not very exciting.