In which Ms. Amesyth Crystal takes an unexpected stroll

Yesterday, rather unexpectedly, Ms. Amesyth Crystal decided to go visiting her friends and neighbors. First, she paused on the yard, admiring her flower friends.

She hugged the melon family who was on its way to the compost bin.

She gasped upon discovering a dead shrew and paused respectfully beside it.

She admired a small mushroom near the garage.

She stopped to visit one of the children's old "forts".

She pondered life while surveying the '49 Studebaker pickup truck.

"Hello Quartz Sister! What's rockin' with you?"

"My goodness, someone still has a lot of wood to cut and split!"

"I, on the other facet, like to sit on wood," she announced regally.

"Oh look~~a garden! Since I am a healing crystal, I will work at sending healing energy to the garden. It looks like it might need some rain!"

In which Ms. Amesyth Crystal smiled sweetly at the blog readers and thanked them for the accompaniment on her unexpected stroll. "Let's stroll again some day, shall we?" .

About Kathy

I live in the middle of the woods in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Next to Lake Superior's cold shores. I love to blog.
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21 Responses to In which Ms. Amesyth Crystal takes an unexpected stroll

  1. Reggie says:

    Giggle, that was cute. She’s such a nice crystal-lady. 🙂

  2. ROFL
    Oh this was so fun……smile!!

  3. What a funny post, it really made me smile this morning 🙂

  4. Karma says:

    Ha! Love it! Ms. Crystal’s point of view and comments are wonderful. Can Ms. Crystal please send some healing spirit to my garden? Garden went through an awful ordeal this week. She can see for herself on my blog if she likes.

  5. Fun to take a different perspective in writing. Well done!

  6. Susan D says:

    Charming, whimsical and full of fun! Love it 🙂

  7. Val says:

    Well, I brought a cousin of hers to the screen to say “hello” and discovered she has a lodger…. a tiny spider who was not amused to have his (or her) day interrupted. But cousin Ammathist-weighty-doo-dah says ‘hello’ anyway. 🙂

    These crystals do get around, don’t they? Quite the travellers!

    Love the post, Kathy!

  8. holessence says:

    “What’s rockin’ with you?” Oh, I LOVE it! What a great post Kathy!!!

  9. Susan Derozier says:

    Tell her that her cousins here are applauding her journey and insisting it is their turn to make the rounds!

  10. My birthstone gets around! 🙂

  11. Kiah says:

    Sounds like someone is writing blogs again…

  12. john says:

    I wish I could send you some of our rain. This is really enjoyable. I hope that Ms. Amesyth Crystal becomes a regular guest blogger.

  13. Barb says:

    My granddaughter would warn you that the forest fairy might want to take lovely Amesyth just as she took our pink Quartz from the altar stump. Watch carefully when the crystal is strolling (especially when she gets close to the forest). PS Still love the red Studebaker! I would actually be more interested in taking that than the Amesyth – but then, I’m not a Forest Fairy..

  14. Marianne says:

    That’s a beautiful crystal, Kathy.

  15. Feeling the quiet of midsummer in your story Kathy… a joy to read and travel around your yard with.

  16. kiwidutch says:

    A beautiful crystal takes a lovely walk ( just don’t do this whilst stoned you understand?… “on the other facet..” brilliant!
    btw …That mushroom belongs in a fairy tale.LOL.

  17. Made me think of “The Missing Piece” by Shel Silverstein! What a great post!! 🙂

  18. Jessica says:

    That was super fun. Plus, I am partial to amethysts being they are my birthstone 😀

  19. Colleen says:

    Thank you for the walk Ms. Amethyst. You and Kathy are most surely blessed with the same gift of words and story telling. And that great sense of fun!! Kids must adore you. You could tell some pretty amazing stories together 🙂

  20. Brenda Hardie says:

    What a fun story and a clever way to give us all a different perspective! Loved it!

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