My husband died after a long struggle with alcoholism and I am making the slow climb back to normality.
That's one weird looking tree Rosiero! I can see why it reminds you of those movies.
Well seen, it really looks like a mouth. I wonder what it's shouting ;-)Greetings from Cologne, April
that is a strange looking tree. I have just spent the last little while catching up on your posts.I loved the one where you spent the day with your mother, a belated Happy Mother's Day to you. We celebrate it here in Canada in May.Gill in Canada
That's an interesting tree - reminds me of the tree in Puff the Magic Dragon - do you remember that Sunday evening show? I, too, have been catching up on your recent blogs. Am thrilled to hear Kay's brilliant news - you must be so proud! It was a joy reading you Mothers' Day post, it sounds like you both had a lovely day. Hope that Greg is behaving himself. I am so glad that you are continuing to blog - they are always varied and interesting and something always strikes a chord! Take care. D
It does look like it's straight out of Disney World Rosiero - how lovely! A x
Wonder what it would say if it really could talk,GG
What an incredible tree! Makes me think of elves and pixies and all kinds of different magic...!
I love the weird looking things nature throws up. It reminds me somehow of the Scream painting. Maybe its run away from the petrified forest.All the bestNechtan
Fascinating tree, it reminds me of something and I just can't think what. Something in Lord of the Rings or Narnia maybe. I see there is a bat box on the side, I wonder if it has any residents.
Fern, yes there are lots of bats in the park and the bat boxes are occasionally inspected by officials to see how many residents there are for survey purposes.
You always surprise me Rosiero! Fab pic x
Very ususual. We have an odd shaped tree in one of fields. I wonder how old this one is.CJ xx
Funny you should mention Disney...haven't been around for a while, so... Congrats to Kay & rats to Greg!
love the image and agree .. I must get out, havent had a heartfelt rewarding walk with Larry or dog or both, for weeks. This next weekend perhaps
Hello - I've just found your blog. I got here from Not-waving-but-drowning. Thank you for sharing your most private world. Cherish your mother and daughter - you are the link from the one to the other. And Snoopy too.MBNAD woman x
I love trees like that, they seem to be telling a story.I just read your last couple of posts too. Congrats re. daughter grades - that must be really wonderful.I feel for your mum and scarily see my future as I'm only 43 and have auto immune arthritis. Don't want to get old too!
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