I think the perfect day for me, would be to find a lone Weeping Willow with a full canopy draping completely to the ground, high upon a hill. Temp at a perfect 77 degrease, with scattered cumulus clouds. Rolling hills with a patchwork of wheat fields, green pastures, and deep blue ponds.
Added to the privacy inside the willow canopy would be a king size piece of Tempur-Pedic foam covered with a couple of quilts and throw in four or five pillows. Not an insect one!...no critters....no pest of any kind! Totally bug free! Oh...well....we may throw in a few butterflies here and there.
Of course we have to bring along the Biggreenegg smoker, loaded up with "Rack of Lamb" Yummy! Corn on the cob and a baked potato, with a fresh loaf of "Rosemary" bread sounds good. And for desert, a picnic basket with a homemade cherry pie!...make that two pies...one has to be a "Gooseberry" (my personal favorite)
It's late afternoon, and I just got the boombox set up with music for the mood. One last touch for my guest....fresh hand picked wild flowers......I must hurry my guest is due any minute!
Off in the distance I see a trail of dust making it's way up the old country road...and in the lead is a very familuar 1962 "Apache " Chevy Pickup. My baby is here! As that farm girl steps out of the truck I am speechless, and my tear filled heart is overjoyed and greatful we are married. She is unique and one of a kind woman that I have never met before in all my life. She is half tomboy,....the other,.... as graceful and beautiful as "Princess Diana"
As if she read my mind.....she hauled up a load of firewood for a campfire, and while the wind was still glently blowing we flew a kite I had brought.
Dinner was great!...and we settled in for a romantic evening, and by the moonlight, we visited and shared the secrets and affections of our hearts for one another. We decided to stay the night under the canopy of the willow tree, and greeted the early morning sun once again...ever so greatful for yesterdays memories.
Thanks for letting me share what my perfect day would be like!
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