Wednesday, October 27, 2010

He worked the earth as we drove past. We waved, and he waved back to total strangers. It was a moment of comraderie frozen in time; a passing gesture that meant nothing if not ...



Hello, other human being... here's a bit of myself.


6 comments:

Pam said...

You are a friendly sole to your core, Allison. I can always feel your friendship across these many miles.
Smile after smile, thanks friend :o)

Out on the prairie said...

The wave is something I forgot about when living away from this area.I enjoy the warmth it offers.The other one is when you are in a small town others try to figure who you are or who you might be related to.In my case nobody, my family is just me and my two girls.

Judy said...

I totally agree with Pam. Waving I think is much like a smile, it's contagious. Smile at someone and they smile back, wave at someone and they wave back. They both make you feel good inside.

Costea Andrea Mihai said...

i love farms..the life is more simple and healthy!! best regards

Naturedigital said...

people closer to earth are more friendly to each other..
City life is making us turning away from easch other...
Costas

Evi said...

Je peux absolument m'imaginer que tu aies fait des signes de ta main, par contre ta fille... j'ai mes doutes ; ) Quoique... si loin des gens qui nous connaissent... ; )
C'est tout à fait mon style... d'agiter ma main donc! Et par un si beau temps! Et en vacances!