Six Word Saturday


Is it hug a tree week?


I always feel a little sorry for trees at this time of year.  All summer long they share luxuriant green shade.  Come the Autumn they dazzle and glow, radiating joy.  Then, slowly, one by one, their leaves drift away.  Frail and naked, they are left to shiver forlornly, and tremble in the breeze.

But there’s still a little colour around, so let’s enjoy it while we can.  To quote Verena, it’s a Festival of Leaves, isn’t it?


Jude is embracing Trees this November.  Why not join her Garden Challenge?  I’m off out to set those leaves whirling one more time.  Have a great weekend, and don’t forget to share six words, will you?



    1. It’s almost gone but there are still russet colours, Paula. Not hopping about so nimbly this week. Sciatica or some other affliction of the aged 🙂 🙂 Our ‘Christmas’ lunch celebration with the walkers in a little while, and I shall forget all my cares. Thanks for spending time here, hon. I know it’s not easy. Sending gentle hugs 🙂 🙂


      1. Sciatica is an illness of the young. I have been having it since I was thirty something. Lay on the floor, put your legs under 90 angle on the edge of a bed, or on a chair to relax muscles around. If that doesn’t help, there is always booze 😉


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