window

Back at the boathouse, I’ve been pulling shingles beneath the cerulean blue.

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I mean, the sky has been amazing the last couple of days.

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I guess you tend to look up when you’re down on the bank, ripping shingles.

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But I was daydreaming about windows…

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The word’s etymology is from the old Norse words for Wind and Eye. 

Somehow seems fitting–

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7 thoughts on “window

  1. John Wolf says:

    Not only are the pictures attractive, one of them showed how I could frame up one of the (missing) windows in my barn.

  2. Richard Law says:

    Eyethurl, nosethurl, great old words, pity we lost ’em. Beautiful post Rik.

  3. Yes, very beautiful post, Rick. Thanks for sharing what you do. I’m always fascinated.

  4. sally says:

    you make a better door than a window.

  5. Wilson! Are you going all castaway on us, last man standing on a desert coast…?

  6. Linda Master says:

    HAHAHA at a glance I saw entomology, I’m thinkin’ bugs???? huh?? ummm nevermind…
    I love your blog 🙂

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