Saturday 23 June 2012
LITTLE THINGS DONE
gives a good feeling and there are many little things to be done.
Yesterday evening we walked to the Weser to see the water flow north and there were two horses again in the field, eating the tiny grass leaves. Of one of the two the pony was cut and the hair was lying on the ground. His appearence was a bit comical, no perhaps not, but he resembled now a horse from a book by Janosch, the famous german childrenbook writer and designer, called Schnuddel-Pferdchen (Little Horse Schnuddel).
In the morning Mischa and I returned there, said hello and walked back.
The sun greeted us in the afternoon and we all had a little rest in the shadow.
Mouse seeks a safe place
Between the heavily rocks
Her sweet eyes sparkle
And the proverb:
A mouse must not think to cast a shadow like an elephant.