June is bustin' out all over...
~Oscar Hammerstein III
Elvish singing is not a thing to miss, in June under the stars, not if you care for such things.
And, it's a fact, June is bustin' out all over here on our hill. Just ask this big fat bumble bee.
And, if I were to start believing in elves, June would be the month to begin, don't you think? I am just about to start reading J.R. R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. That should get my mind right ~ just perfect for singing with elves in June under the stars.
I feel like I was pretty much robbed of the merry month of May, but, if the good Lord is willing, I'll not be denied the wonderful month of June...even if the Doc should say as he did last visit, "Nay, nay...too soon." Dan says he has a pair of side cutters that will take care of that old cast. :~)
I am feeling quite excited and confident that this coming week will see the end of it. My hand /arm wants out of there...maybe like a butterfly wants out of its old chrysalis to be free........... Oh to be free!
There are some things that have helped keep me going ~ things like my mom's Good Luck jar which is always beside me here at my desk. I have always been pretty good at finding four-leaf clovers, so one day I went out to look and came back with five. It seemed to be a good omen that all was going to be fine.
One of my blogging friends has sent lots of pretty cards and letters. You just should see the hand-written and hand-stamped cards and letters. The envelopes themselves are works of art!
And then, another friend sent this lucky feather. It really is.... from a very special and lucky goose. It is a real prize and fits right into my collection of important stuff. It keeps me happy!
And lastly, thanks to the Doc for giving me a purple cast. I don't think I could have endured all these days with an ugly one. Now, if I can only find a pretty purple dress in which to celebrate!
And, a special thanks to all of you who have stopped by here on the hill. I hope your brand new month is off to a great start. Take care, and as I will always say, "Watch your step. You never know what might trip you up."
Happy Trails, Dear Friends!