On a slushy-snowy October afternoon in the fall of 2020, while I was on a walk with my dogs, I came across twenty-ish English/Spanish flashcards strewn along the street for nearly the length of the block. At first, I was a tad perturbed to think the flashcards been purposely discarded, then I reconsidered and decided they had probably been accidently dropped, and the owner was now sad.
I gathered up the ruined cards and put them in the trash.
On January 28, 2021, while walking the same route, I noticed this flashcard way up under the low-hanging, protective boughs of an evergreen tree. The flashcard had survived relatively unscathed from October to almost February.
I took it home.
John Steiner at Journeys with Johnbo blog invites us to post a photo taken with a mobile device such as a cellphone, tablet, dashcam, etc. and share it on #CellpicSunday.
Until next time,
writing through history one romance upon a time
I think the trees along your walk just left you a message. 🙂