Wednesday, August 02, 2006

The Foxford Current Country Dictionary, page 1

Countryside

1. a place, where you meet
people [Middle English peple, from Old French pueple, from Latin populus, of Etruscan origin ],
who knew your Grandpa in late 50s and who know your relationship tangles better than you do.


2. a place, where you notice you are a natural
gatherer, not a hunter.

7 comments:

Interpreter Pavlov said...

Hurrah! She's back! Goodness, we've missed you!

taigathefox said...

And the city fox has missed you all, too .)
( .) = one-eyed foxy smiley )

patroclus said...

And again hurrah! And the countryside looks just lovely.

occasional poster of comments said...

Hei, **Stargazer**. Good to have you back. Will you be using two-eyed smileys now?

Hmm. "Twisting and turning music" - intriguing.

Lovely photos, by the way.

taigathefox said...

Congratulations again Patroclus :)

And hei OPC! Apparently I found another eye from the attic, so the United Fox Organisation made me to sign the Sputnical two-eyed smiley
contract.

8)

mimi buzzard said...

Yay! So pleased you are back now. The countryside looks beautiful and i love your cottage garden. What a lovely post:)

taigathefox said...

Mimi, it's good to be back, although we had quite nice time there as well...