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Hope comes egg-shaped. Handle lovingly, gently.

by Redx3 on April 15, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Mama Muscovy duck abandoned these two vessels of potential when our long-eared 93 pound dope chased her off. She left three, but one was empty. These two have us filled with breathless anticipation. Amazing how new life in the shape of new plants and hopeful eggs deepens your appreciation of each moment.

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