Write two haiku about: owls.
I can actually see some of the lights on the other side of the lake this evening, so things must be a little less smokey out there. Hurray!
This morning's harvest went very quickly but I had no interest in lingering in the garden. So I got caught up on a few emails before taking my turn with Max. Kat took him to gym time at the community center this morning, which they're doing this week in order to give the kids of the town some indoor activity while this smoke limits outdoor playtime. Very thoughtful and very much appreciated (apparently it was very well attended).
Fingers crossed tomorrow will see the end of the worst of this crappy air quality we've been dealing with. Regardless, I am unlikely to take clean air for granted any time soon.
The wisest creatures
in the night seek their prey in
silent, soaring flight
* * *
Hidden in plain sight,
snowy owl awaits his prey
in a wintry field