Contemplation



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  1. If I had deer families visiting my yard, Susan, I would flip out with joy. How incredibly lucky you are!

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  2. I know exactly what you are saying! Regardless of how many times I see a deer (or any other wild animal) I feel like a child - telling everyone to come and look! Funny, with my dad's alzheimer's...he LOVES to see animal life more than ever. Love that you two are enjoying your new digs! xoxo

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  3. I love Robin's comment, and how we all can relate to the thrill of what you're seeing there in your new place, Susan. In Atlanta we lived on 3 acres in the woods and often had deer cross our yard. I never tired of them! YAY for living in the moment, not dwelling on the past and being open to that which is to come!

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  4. wow....just look at this handsome fellow:)
    what a wonderful visitor....I wonder what he may
    be whispering:)
    Hope November grows sweeter for you with every day,
    Jennifer

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  5. You grow some big bucks out there in Manitou! What a treat seeing them in the yard!
    Letting go of the past is a long slow continual process. But being happy helps :-)

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