SHARE YOUR WORLD 5-31-2022 The cleaning lady came yesterday. She watered the plants on the deck (we don’t water the garden), fed the birds the last of the seeds, watered the orchids inside and anything else that looked dry, made a… Read More ›
Month: May 2022
Fanaticism and ignorance is forever busy and needs feeding – Clarence Darrow
FOTD – May 27 – Macro Orchids My orchids were just so pretty in the afternoon light. A few pictures from late in the day.
“Nounou,” inquired Angelique, “Why did Giles de Retz kill so many children?” With these words, one of the world’s greatest series of historical fiction begins. It is a translation from the French. I have been told by many people who’ve read the series in French,… Read More ›
CMMC – May’s Alphabet Letter H Home, heron, horses, hydrangea, hairy woodpecker, hearing and a heart cushion. “H” words have the day. I ran out of room before I ran out of pictures — and that’s rare!
I didn’t want a standard Bluebird. Between photographs and previous drawings, I have enough “classic” bluebirds. I wanted some Bluebirds with something special. Attitude. It took me six drawings. One, boring. One I screwed up the eyes. One, I screwed… Read More ›