Taken through a window with questionable clarity and a screen which wants cleaning, this photo didn’t prevent Astrud from wishing she was out and the lizard’s appreciation that she wasn’t. I watched these two as they eyed one another through the protection of and limit by glass and screen, grateful that Astrud was in the house and the lizard safe in his environment.
I guess we all want fishes of one sort or another: gardens which weed and mulch themselves, windows and screens which never dirty, cats who don’t catch wildlife–the list is endless. Still, there’s value in wishing, and then working, toward a goal. I would prefer the eating of lizards remain off the list, but in these fraught times, maintaining hopes and wishes–augmented by action–is vital.
Just leave the lizards alone.
I’m pleased to join again with Anna and her Wednesday Vignette. Check out Flutter and Hum for musings of various sorts.