Longleaf Stories

full circle in the hundred acre wood

The woods were too inviting to stay away, despite a sore foot, so last week I went out for a shorter than usual walk-about to take pictures.

Good thing, too, because now that a metatarsal fracture has been confirmed, my high-tech pneumatic splint walking short-leg “boot” cast and strict orders from headquarters not to walk, run or do jumping jacks for four weeks has put a kink in my mojo.

So, since I’ll be doing some virtual walking for the next month, won’t you please walk along with me?

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0 thoughts on “Late May Walk-About

  1. DSK says:

    Looks like there’s a lot of nice little sights on that walk.
    Doesn’t take long for those slash pines to jump up through the grass.

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  2. Dave says:

    An enjoyable tour of wildflowers none of which I recognize!

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  3. Gullible says:

    Beth, I enjoyed strolling along with you through the pineywoods. I love the mimosas! Sorry to hear about your foot, but I’m secretly glad that now you’ll be spending mucho time in front of your computer, recreating Switched at Birth. You know how much I love your writing, don’t you?
    Wish I could figure out at my blog how to do that slide show. Someday I might take the time to check it out. Right now I’m way too busy taking dictation from the muse.
    E-mail me, okay?
    Gully

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  4. Beth,
    I am pleased to see that you are reconstructing some of your old blog articles.
    Your writing and recipes have charmed us from the very beginning.
    It would be a shame for all of that creative effort to be lost.
    Please continue…
    David

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  5. Kathy says:

    So sorry about your foot! I have broken three toes in the past five years, so I understand limitations. Take care and enjoy re-creating your old blog!

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