Clump #254: Return wire hangers to the dry cleaner; day twelve of National Blog Posting Month.
I was on a lucky streak today. Not only was the sun shining in lovely Lancaster County, PA (my shadow joining the tree’s), but my mom and I, between us, won three games of BINGO. I blew through my winnings pretty quickly:
And if that wasn’t enough, big news for loyal Clump A Day followers: I got to meet the Strasburg goose owner … clothier … costumer! This picture was overexposed, and does not do her justice. She was just the nicest person in the world.
She and her husband were outside doing yard work when I stopped to snap a photo of the goose in its fox stole. This is either the third (she said) or fifth (he said) goose they have owned. The others were stolen (!!), thus the chain around her feet.
She apologized for the hat covering the goose’s eyes, but said it would blow off otherwise. I was so happy to be able to tell her how much I have enjoyed driving by and seeing what the goose might be wearing each week.
And, oh yes, the clump. I returned a load of wire hangers to the dry cleaner. It looks like a modern art installation: hangers descending the back seat.
I feel a little guilty because this was such an easy clump. But it has obviously needed doing for quite a while. I have to tell myself that it’s not the size of the clump, but the consistency that matters. Just Keep On Clumping. Every. Day.
Meanwhile, my heart went out to flowers I saw today that were refusing to give up, despite frost and impending winter.
A brave gerbera daisy sending out rays of red to the drab world:
And the leaves of that red, red, red Japanese maple:
going out in fiery glory.