It’s the 16th of April. Just two days ago, I saw the reappearance of tulips in our garden. I rejoiced at the pink buds on maples. There were even a few yellow flowers on the forsythias. Although the Solomon’s Seal… Read More ›
Share Your World 3-16-2021 There have been a lot of questions about neighbors lately. I wonder if that is because of the pandemic. I know our neighbors supposedly have been “reaching out” to us, but you couldn’t tell that living… Read More ›
It was a beautiful day and the temperature broke records for the day. It won’t last. We already know that. It will be colder tomorrow and colder still by Monday when it will be below freezing (again). But today was… Read More ›
From “The Washington Post,” comes this nugget of wisdom of all living previous presidents, minus #45: “Former presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama — who starred in an Inauguration Day video playing up the democratic transfer of power —… Read More ›
Gold before dawn Yesterday, I gave you a golden sunset. The following day was gleaming and beautiful, perfect for the inauguration and a great uplifting or our hearts. This morning, I woke early and wandered to the kitchen. The sky… Read More ›
#CFFC: Columns and Vertical Lines Up, down, and all around. Columns and vertical lines that draw you eye skyward.
It’s funny how we all develop favorite birds. Owen loves the Tufted Titmouses — or as some say, Titmice. Take your pick. Owen likes their little pointy crest — and they have such cute faces. They are friendly birds. I’m… Read More ›
When I first put out a feeder for the birds, I was merely trying to help keep the birds alive through a very cold, snowy winter. I had no idea that I was starting not only a pastime for me… Read More ›