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I had to move a duck nest out from my wood pile next to a new garden area and had a broody but tomless turkey, the flock's sentry LaVerne. So I figured I'd try letting her take care of them and when I tried to bring them near she pecked me unmerciful before I could get them under her and when I put them down a foot away from her she then gently scooted them under her and has brooded on them since. It had been over 3weeks so I was getting pessimistic about ducklings until I heard this little peep underneath her yesterday! Woe be to the cat that goes after that duckling, LaVerne is a badass.
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Discovered a type of tiny rose, that can be grown as a hedge and handled with the smallest of cordless electric equipment.
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Checking out the clematis at my friend
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I made the French toast my friend dressed it up quite a bit
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The view at Beacon Hill Park about three weeks ago.
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These bugs seem to have a false front comma to confuse predators
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Discovered that almost anything can become art. Sometimes art is just short for Arthur.
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My daughter is little dog goes nuts when it snows.
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Sunset, 1 km from the city center.
 
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I love to wish people simple pleasures in life, so this thread really speaks to me. So many great examples here.

Feeding people, and having them enjoy it, is a wonderful pleasure to me. On Friday night, I was able to feed a bunch of permie people with leg of lamb grown at The Grass-fed Homestead. It was delicious! Then, a couple days later we made lamb stew from the leftovers and shared that with more friends. Thank you Dan!!

Once, I had a miscarriage, and a dear friend gave me some beautiful advice. She said, you've had a loss which has emptied you. Now, what could help is to find ways to fill back up again. That filling up again means different things to different people. It could be watching a lovely sunset, it could be eating good food, it could be playing with your dog or cat. Whatever fills you up.

I think my friend's words are very wise. I think that the more we are filled with the kinds of things in this thread, the more resilient we are with whatever comes our way.

 
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I love having the leftovers of a meal I made myself, from scratch, for lunch at work the next day.

Today, butternut squash soup, though my much better half made it.

-CK
 
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Yes, leftovers, always a pleasure!
Sunday afternoon and evening we had a get-together including potluck-meal. Of course such meals always have leftovers, because everyone brings in food for more than one person. I took some home: a cold broccoli soup and a piece of kale-bread. Had a delicious dinner on Monday, all leftovers! 

Another pleasure is the drawing I am making. It's a view of a part of the park, where we (Permaculture Meppel) want to start a Foodforest. Not exactly a design, but the way I imagine it to look in some years.
 
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Waking up to clean fresh air, watching the sun rise over the hickory and oak trees, working with the land to make it healthier and better for our life style without causing other creatures to leave from unsuitability for them.
watching the chickens and hogs go about their day, watching the red tailed hawks, which gave me my name, fly overhead. These are some of the blessings I have every day.

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Certainly one of my favorite simple pleasures is when I'm outside with one of the dogs and it gets the zoomies.  If ever there was a happier-looking creature than a dog with the zoomies, I haven't seen it.
 
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The simple pleasure of today: we made a 'trash-walk'. Two friends and I we walked through the park with large bags and put all trash we found in the bags. So we had a walk, a nice chat together, and afterwards the park was much cleaner!
 
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Oddly enough, mine is going outside and turning the duck bedding and getting their eggs every morning. It's 5-10 minutes that I get to be outside, by myself, doing something simple and mindless. I also get to watch the antics of the ducks and cats (our cats sleep in our garage during the winter, so they're warm). We feed the cats outside of the garage to lure them out every monrning. After I feed them, I let the ducks out. All 14 of the ducks run down to the pond to splash, but then two (always the same two) ducks come out and rush over to the cats food bowl. Usually one cat runs off while the other eats. The ducks see the cats and scurry off.... only to come back 5 minutes later to gobble up all the cat food that the cats didn't eat!

These two ducks are also my best layers. (I'm really tempted to supplement my duck food with some cat food--maybe then all the ducks will lay better!)

I love this time, too, because it's some of the very few moments of my day in which I'm truly alone. My husband has my beloved 4 year old son and 1 year old daughter while I "tend the ducks." I don't get privacy from my kids in the bathroom, or at night, or really ever...except those precious moments outside taking care of the ducks. The movement and the fresh air also helps wake me up and gets my mind ready for the day.

So yes, one of my favorite parts of the day is mucking around in duck poop! :o :D
 
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Jocelyn Campbell wrote:
Feeding people, and having them enjoy it, is a wonderful pleasure to me. On Friday night, I was able to feed a bunch of permie people with leg of lamb grown at The Grass-fed Homestead. It was delicious! Then, a couple days later we made lamb stew from the leftovers and shared that with more friends. Thank you Dan!!



You're welcome, Jocelyn!  I'm really glad you enjoyed the lamb! 
 
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Hot day, way too much work, double knee braces, steel toed boots, sun hat...

Ah... But I can sling a hammock between a walnut tree and my tractor!! Green tea, green smoothie and a cool breeze.
First time I have felt relaxed in several years!!
 
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Oh, so perfect, Pearl!!

other person: so-and-so needs to live their life *my* way!
me: look at my honeysuckle putting on flower buds!
other person: got it.



And now my honeysuckle is in bloom!



This makes me sooo happy! As does gathering greens each morning for our eggs-and-greens breakfast, drying herbs on my racks and copper wire in the kitchen, making wildflower bouquets, sitting outside in the misty coolness with a mug of coffee and a cuddly cat on my lap looking at all the lush growth....ahhh.


 
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One of the pleasures of each morning is letting the chickens out of their to coop to go be happy chickens all day long. Today was extra special because there was a turtle to greet me along the way.
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I'm at work today. I work for lawyers. I am enjoying the lack of a pile of work on my desk, a few moments to get online and the prospect of being home soon to pet my bacon.
 
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Autumn is not my favourite season. But the mushrooms appearing everywhere in this time of year are a pleasure ... Here some at the back alley where I walk my dog every morning.
 
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With fall comes the changing of the apsens, one of my favorite times of year in the mountains!



Even made a little video with my drone footage.

 
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What a great thread.  The simple pleasures that come to mind to me range from things I (or my partner & I) do to things that I observe or indulge in.

The first pic is our smaller “side” garden, just off the deck of our house to the east.  It, along with the valley and mountain-ridge above and in the distance, is one of the sights we have when opening our house’s east door.

The second pic is a bowl of strawberries from a major pick at the peak of our strawberry yield, in June.  In general, the crops returned from our labours do constitute a gratifying pleasure.

Another of my pleasures is having an idea for something useful and making it — and so the third pic shows an example, a firewood rack that sits on the deck right by our east door in winter, and on which we can keep 24-hour’s worth of split rounds.  I designed it and then made it by cutting square steel tubing and welding it together.

Then there are the fascinating things nature does on our land that we have no hand in, but that we discover.  The fourth pic shows an ant hill that is roughly 3-feet high.  It was more than half destroyed two years ago by a bear, but the ants rebuilt and groomed it.

The last pic is a pizza I made, using a combination of store-bought ingredients (like flour, olives) and some of our garden produce.  A pleasure to make and to consume!

Lastly, I’ll mention that I get a lot of enjoyment from reading — sometimes fiction, but more often non-fiction like local history, botany, biographies, green philosophies.
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Kyle Neath wrote:With fall comes the changing of the apsens, one of my favorite times of year in the mountains!


Wow! Fall (autumn) looking like that would be my favourite too. Some trees here have colours like that too, but it isn't fun going out in wind and rain, under a blanket of grey clouds 
 
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I'm back in Wales for a while, and we took the new dog for a walk round the wind farm.

Those turbines are huge!

 
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Welsh Mountain ponies on the mountain.



They are grazing near an old coal mine in the Rhondda valley.



The whole place would have been black and barren a few decades ago, but it's gradually greening up again.  I'd love to talk to the man who grazes the cattle and ponies there and get a photoshoot and a story for you guys...

 
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While it was cold this morning in Missoula, MT, I was knitting a scarf, and I recently finished it. While doing this, I was listening to Paul's podcasts, and it was, indeed, a good morning.
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Simply sitting in the garden, surrounded by plants.  I have a fence to keep the deer and groundhogs out, and just stepping through the gate is entering my world . . .
 
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Waking up to the rising sun and the chirping of flocks of birds
 
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At the moment:

Enjoying being out on my land, soaking up sun and relaxing with my animals.  Getting my hands in the soil in my veg-garden-to-be.  Being in the sea on sunny days teaching kids to swim (my second job) watching the birds on tohe bird feeders, finder conkers on othe way back from the ponies' field (I don't think I'll ever outgrow the joy in finding a shiny new conker), the ponies and the goats being pleased to see me in the mornings. 

I could go on forever - there are so many little things that bring me joy
 
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Fritillary butterflies on my passionflower.
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Making eye contact with a guy I have a crush on and feeling my heart race, as I want to tell him how beautiful I think he is, but am scared to do just that. Such a thrilling set of emotions in just a moment of time! And the thumping of my heart minutes after the moment has passed!
 
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Walking barefoot after dinner, and someone calling out kindly to me "free-spirit dude" (since they don't know my name) and waving at me. Hehe! That made me smile!
 
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Walking to work around a quarter past six in the morning and enjoying the beautiful stars and moon, as they light up the northern sky.
 
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New to this forum, and new to composting as well I found a great guide on composting that's easy to read too, most of the old sites are so badly made and their fonts hurt my eyes :/

 
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jason mmans wrote:New to this forum, and new to composting as well I found a great guide on composting that's easy to read too, most of the old sites are so badly made and their fonts hurt my eyes :/



Hi Jason! Welcome to permies! You can introduce yourself over at the Introductions Forum, and talking about the composting guide you found would be great at the forum we have about composting.

As for simple pleasures today, I'm enjoying the sun breaking through the clouds we have hanging over us in Missoula, MT right now, and it's beautiful how the gray clouds hang onto the mountains trail off throughout the day.
 
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Finishing another book and starting a new one. I finished reading Dude Making a Difference, which I found to be primarily geared towards the general public. I am now starting Desert or Paradise by Sepp Holzer, and so far, I love what Sepp has to say!
 
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Back home after months away, a nice meal out, and the first sketches of the new construction doodled on a napkin...

 
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the smell and taste of freshly picked fennel
 
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Finishing Desert of Paradise by sepp holzer and starting a fiction book I cam across at the library spontaneously: The Pearl Jacket and Other Stories- Flash Fiction from Contemporary China. I'm really enjoying The Pearl Jacket right now, because it is a whole bunch of really really short stories (1-3 pages long), and each story is so impactful and touching in just those few pages. It's really good for picking up and putting down throughout the day!
 
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Dave, I, too, am uplifted by all your lovely joys! And the entire thread.

Here's one of my simple pleasures, for a LIST of reasons:
  • rosemary brought in (in time!) to overwinter
  • rosemary is happier on a saucer of pebbles filled with water - a welcome game changer for my rosemary growing (even if this plant is a bit beleaguered)
  • FPH bunk room has a plant in it! I don't usually keep a plant in there when the room is in use by guests because I don't want to impede on their space to water it and guests don't usually water plants there (true experience)
  • FPH bunk room has a decent natural wood table - a little big for the space, but more natural wood here adds to the aesthetic we want!
  • FPH bunk room curtains are 100% cotton plaid I found at the thrift store for cheap!
  • snow outside! Our first snow was yesterday - I love it!
  • shoveled porch step (and shoveled porch and walk and decking) outside the window - odd as it sounds, I really enjoy snow shoveling!

  • Happy sigh.

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    Oh, and about the snow, Jocelyn, that goes into why I've been able to get so much reading done lately! It's so great to be buried under all of my blankets, wearing a bunch of jackets, and a beanie hat and gazing out at the, used to be fall, winter scenery.
     
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    This may sound shallow, and I will try to be proper; but having relations with my wife Katie.

    We are a family of 6, with 4 daughters getting older, and now living in a Tiny House. Wanting to give our children all we could, we let each of our four daughters  have their own bedroom in this 4 bedroom house, us sleeping on the couch and recliner and no bedroom.

    Its been worth it though, it is just that we do not have "relations" very often. Today we did, and it really helped us feel closer together. I always say afterwards, "we need to do this more", and we do.

    I hope I am conveying this properly, and appropriately. I am not trying o boast, or be out of line, but when you live with your best friend, it truly is a simple pleasure of adulthood.
     
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    Hugging my old goat in the morning. She's eleven years old and mother of two energetic daughters who live with her. Every morning, before I feed and milk her, I put my arms around her head and say her name. She closes her eyes and keeps her head in my lap. We are silent for a moment and I feel there's mutual understanding between us. We are both a bit tired and feeling our age. We let out a deep sigh. Then we get on with our day, feeling better (hopefully the goat feels better too )
     
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    I've been enjoying the short stories I have been reading from The Pearl Jacket a lot, so I've now been doing storytime with my friends and reading them some of the short stories that I have been enjoying. I think doing storytime is a fun winter activity!
     
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