During this time of the year, there are flesh and bones everywhere, but many more bones than usual:
Here’s something I feel in my flesh and bones, on this October day: I miss my only child, Aaron, who is away at college in Edinburgh, Scotland. Three of those photos of bones, above, reminded me of this fuzzy, flesh-and-bones Halloween photo of long ago:
In my flesh and bones, I also miss my late mother (on the right).
What are you feeling in your flesh and bones, today?
As I continue to recover from open heart surgery, the bones in my rib cage feel like a too-large bird cage, especially when I’m trying to sleep. However, this flesh-and-bone blogger is SO grateful her bones and flesh are healing, every day.
Since my trusty and strong leg bones took me many other places besides Hillcrest Road in Belmont, Massachusetts, yesterday, I took several other flesh-and-bones photos besides the boney ones, above. I’d say it’s time to flesh out this post with those:
Which of those photos do you prefer, in your bones?
In my bones, I know that this is the video — created by my son Aaron more than seven Halloweens ago — that I want to share with my flesh-and-bones readers, today:
Flesh-and-bones thanks to my son Aaron, to everyone else who helped me create today’s post, and to you — of course! — for visiting, here and now.