“If dandelions were hard to grow, they would be most welcome on any lawn.”
Andrew V. Mason
Andrew V. Mason
Andrew V. Mason has some great things to say. Expect more quotes from him at some point.
Wait- what is this? A post that isn't just a quote? The horrors!
I thought that I'd tell the world about my walk home from my bus-stop today. (Because I know everyone wants to hear about it!)
I stopped at the hardware store at the corner next to my bus-stop, and looked at different colors of stains. (For my typeset tray! Progress is being made!) I looked around for a short while, and then left the store. (without buying anything. I felt bad.)
I waved at two policemen on bikes as I passed the firehouse. There was a queen anne's lace plant growing in a front yard, and I picked a flower off of the plant. (I'll repay the owner at some point.)
Something about Queen Anne's Lace: it's beautiful when you have it in your hand. Really, it is. I can't say that I ever realized that before today. I've loved it for a long time though. When I was younger, I used to pick the tiny branches of little blossoms off of the stem and pretend that they were the bouquets of a fairy queen.
When I turned onto my street, I met a new friend. He was wearing a suit.
"That flower for me?" He called out, as I twirled the stem between my fingers.
I hadn't known he was in the road, as I was far too captivated with the pattern in the brick sidewalk than I should have been. "Want it to be?" I replied, after a moment.
"Sure!" He smiled, laughed, and held out his hand. I skipped to the middle of the street, as that was where he had been walking, and gave him the flower.
I suppose that I must have said goodbye, though I don't remember it.
"I won't forget this!" He said, still laughing. I couldn't help but smile.
He turned away, and I walked the rest of the block until I reached my driveway. As I turned into it, I looked back, but he had already turned a corner.
I hope he had a good day.