I thought Pete Seeger would live forever ... or at least to 100. There was something eternal about Pete. Always on the side of right and justice for everyone. He made a difference in my world and I think the greater world too. You couldn't silence Pete Seeger. You couldn't scare him away. He saved … Continue reading PETE SEEGER – GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN
A Word A Week Photography Challenge – Undulate One day on the river, the light was just right. The strange undulations are actually reflections of trees along the shore, shadows and light in the moving river water.
The river runs along the road on which we live. It's a tributary of the bigger Blackstone. I think of it as my river. This is where the birch trees arch over the water. People come to fish here. Herons, too. There's even a spot from which you can launch a small boat, maybe a … Continue reading PAPER BIRCH
Weekly Writing Challenge: Leave Your Shoes at the Door I started as I always do, half asleep on Suzanne's comfortable sofa, listening to her hypnotic, melodious voice. She was moving me backward in time, past my birth in this world to another time, another place, another lifetime. This wasn't my first past life regression. I'd been … Continue reading ON THE RIVER
And this is how the birds live through the winter ... by eating the berries that cling to naked branches and twigs. Winter berries ... the last remnants of summer.