If you squinch your eyes just right, you might see one or two alligators hidden in the bark of this large tree root near the edge of a pond. At night, with the dim illumination of nearby campers, the two alligators are more easily seen. And if you watch them for a few minutes, their broad backs seem to rise and fall with slow alligator breaths. I don’t get very close to them at night.


About Jaye Bee

Multitalented Farmer: chickens, eggs, truck garden, and of course, worms. Author, Storyteller, Listener, Observer. Love Jesus! Website: Copyright Notice This website and its content is copyright of J.A. Barrett © 2009-2017. All rights reserved. Thou shalt not plagiarize. (See Commandment #8)
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