All you can do is to go –

But it isn’t easy, said Pooh. Because poetry and hums aren’t things which you get, they’re things which get you.
And all you can do is to go where they can find you.

A.A. Milne, Creator of Winnie the Pooh

11 thoughts on “All you can do is to go –

    • Hi Mike. I see what you mean. However, you lack some squirrels in your post and I lack a couple of mountains or three in mine 😊

  1. I absolutely adore your opening quote, Hanna! And your gorgeous photos are the perfect illustration, too.

    • Thanks a lot for your nice words, Heide. It was a pleasure to add the gorgeous quote to one of my favourite places ❤

  2. så söta ekorrungar! Minns hur man som barn (ja, faktiskt fortfarande) brukade plocka och tugga på harsyrans (wood sorrel) syrliga blad. Det sägs också att de kan förutspå oväder, då drar bladen ihop sig. Men om det stämmer vet jag inte, har aldrig kommit ihåg att kontrollera det. 🙂

    • Hej Meggie. Tak for din fine historie. Jeg kan også finde på at spise de syrlige blade, de smager godt.
      Jeg prøvede at finde noget om skovsyres/harsyrans evne som meteorolog 😎😊
      De lukker bladene i sol og tørke. De trives bedst i granskove og på skyggefulde steder iøvrigt.
      Tak fordi du gjorde mig nysgerrig!!😊

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