She is 32 and I am 67 and still we think and feel the same way. I will adapt to the new always changing world around me, too. Thank you, Wendy Woods, Stories from the Wood Wide Web, and Eliza Ayres.
Stories from the Wood Wide Web
Today is my 32nd birthday. Since last night I stay on my own in a wooden cabin in the forest, for the following nights, with books, hot drinks and a live performance by squirrels and birds. One of my fairy god mothers (the owner of the cabin) left me cake, trappist beer and a stack of wood to make a cosy fire. After I took a photograph of my coffee and a squirrel, ironically (?) I saw this art on someone’s social media feed and had to laugh:
Today is also -apparently- Blue Monday. After hearing the epic song by New Order 🎶 on the radio, a sport coach is giving advice how to improve your health, because your body is your temple. You should maintain it “to slow down ageing”.
A couple of times, people told me they are confused when I start talking about f.e. where I have…
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I really enjoyed this article – Wood wide web, how funny and yet how true. If you are interested in the world of trees and how they communicate with each other I recommend The Overstory.
Thank my friends, and thank you for thinking young with me!
I love the picture so much. Happy birthday
Thank you for this post. Perfect!