40 years to find a morel…

P.S. I went back to the same spot today and it seems I had only missed one…

All my adult years on earth I’ve always hoped to find a morel mushroom. I’ve always been unsuccessful. I’ve traveled miles to parks and other areas in hopes of finding this delicious meaty fleshy Shroom in abundance, but to no avail.

Then yesterday with my son while we were taking a walk along a parkway he wanted to throw rocks into the water and of course I happily agreed to that request. There we were having the time of our lives when I turned around and found my first morel mushroom by accident. And then the total quickly went to 14. And just like that a spot was born and a memory was created.

Published by frugalite

Some faves: my Yoga practice; the color green. black coffee; being a mom; gardening and writing. I'd rather write than talk most days. I love farmers markets, deep talks, and serendipitous occurrences. When I am happy and feeling at my best I am funny, smiling and relaxed. At my core I enjoy doing things for other people. I have to serve in some capacity. I am diligent in saving money. It's very difficult for me to buy something that is not on sale. And let's not forget vibes. I am sensitive to the vibes around me, so balance is key in my environment and the people I choose to be around. I have a 6 ft. tall white picket peek-a-boo fence that I stare at regularly. It's falling apart. It's rotting away. The wind blew over 2 sections. And yet I let it remain in its perfectly imperfect state. Still trying to figure out it's exact purpose at this point in my life.

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