I didn't look closely at this picture and then took a second look. That really is staying power! Gotta love that determination!
Look at him hanging on for dear life! That cracks me up. I can just see it, the defiant fall leaf that hung on through winter and spring.
Hang in there little buddy. What a great picture.
not only is it staying, but it is on the top!what a brave little leaf!
Yeah. Right up there at the top, not down in a semi-protected spot where it didn't have to fight to hang on.Get up there with your crazy glue! I don't want it to lose the battle.
That is an amazing picture, inspiring.
Beautiful picture. It could definitely be one of those inspirational posters! Love the site and the pictures on a daily basis!
Beautiful. Hope the wind is sick !!!
strong .. determined.. just like FG
One very determined leaf. I wonder if its still up there hanging on? Esp. with the current Canadian cold rush we have sweeping into the south. Have a great day Farmgirl! Stay warm!Still looking forward to spring planting -- am seriously considering a "lunar/astrological planting guide" -- have any you recommend?
This photo makes me just crack me up, but then I thought it would be an awesome picture to give someone motivation! :) I love you photos keep them coming! Ps. Thanks for visiting my blog! Also you shouldn't have problem posting anymore. I should have a warming that says that it get moderated first.
Hi Vickie,Definite determination. I am so glad I caught that photo.Hi Dawn & Robwonton,I love how so many people have given a "life" to this leaf. "Hang in there little buddy" had me LOLOLOL.Hi Wendy,I'm just glad I happened to see it up there.Hi B'gina,Crazy glue--I love it!Hi Alisha,Thank you. : )Hi Nicole,Thanks so much, and welcome to the farm!Hi Mijo,I love the idea of the wind being sick!Hi Schatzli,Aren't you sweet! I've been kind of feeling like that leaf, so I thought it was an especially appropriate to put it up today. : )Hi Heather,I can't believe you're already talking about spring. I mean, I can, since I have to order my seeds soon, but please, all the biting bugs just finally died. Let's not hope they start hatching again already! : )I'll have to get back to you on the lunar gardening thing. I mostly just go from the calendar I get at the feed store every year. It can get really complicated (and really put a crimp in your gardening schedule, not to mention make you paranoid to do things at the wrong time.) Sometimes I wish I'd never heard of gardening by the moon. : )Hi Milgwimper,So nice to hear from you. After reading all these comments, I am realizing that it really is an inspiring & motivating photo. It's so neat to take a picture of something, have an opinion/feeling about it, and then be able to receive all of this feedback from people who are seeing things in a (sometimes) totally different way than you are.What a gift you all give me through these comments!
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