Slice of Life Rounded

Autumn: cool days; sweatshirt time; even when the sun shines. Put on the warm, rounded slippers:

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And share a cup of Sky Between the Branches tea from a rounded tin in a round teapot into a round cup… Lots of round here, including the tea measurer.

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Put on my sweatshirt, head past the rounded butterfly wing of my painting, head outdoors for a walk in the sunshine while it lasts.

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Visit the round Visiter’s Center:

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Turn around to see the rounded outcrop of granite forming a rock wall behind town.

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Choose the street with the orange colored maple leaves, still on the trees with rounded tops.

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Enjoy  the contrast of the round fire hydrant and the orange maple leaves:

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Find the round ghouls in the tree roots [this is Halloween]:

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And the ghost next door:

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Or this one with one eye:
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Take the rounded path

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Past the rounded stump:

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Then back up to the rounded stone wall:

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And round the curve to the bridge:

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Take a curve in the curb

 

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And home to a rounded cat

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Waiting for you to sit beneath the rounded lamp to draw with your rounded pens:

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To prepare for your NaNoWriMo with a well-rounded novel [with a little help] :
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I’ll seek guidance from my SuperHero from #inktober

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To create well-rounded characters:

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That about rounds out my day today for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Rounded!

4 comments

    • Yes, I did. Thanks for stopping by. I enjoyed your post on “Get Work Done! – Creating a False Sense of Urgency” I can identify with this. I prioritize my tasks– and set my own earlier deadlines to get the most important ones done first. Yet, if it doesn’t work out, I know tomorrow is another day. It’s a good strategy.

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