23 thoughts on “Simple Story

  1. You’ve done a marvelous job of combining a visual image with your words. They do, indeed, tell a story! Hopefully some of that grass will sprout before the birds eat it all.

  2. I love your simple stories:) I think the fewer words you use the harder it is to communicate your meaning. I love how the bird feast follows the grass seed and I imagine you are watching them from your chair – while reading one of the copies of your new book perhaps?

  3. Leigh Anne Eck says:

    Simple stories, simple pleasures!

    I want a chair for my son’s bedroom-turned-office-for-mom-room. (I guess that is one of the benefits to an empty nest!) I think I would like swivel and rock!

  4. This is different and I like different. I really like how you incorporated the text inside of the photographs. Gave it more life, if that makes sense. It’s almost like a visual poem of sorts. It’s right there for the reader but still I had to imagine it in my head. Well done with it!

    • Not my husband’s plan. He looked out and wondered why we had so many birds pecking at the ground. I had to remind him what was laying there for the taking. πŸ™‚

  5. I like the pictures and words in combination with each other. On the one hand, it’s lovely to watch the birds. On the other hand, that’s not really the purpose of the grass seed, right?

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