He was our “local” poet. I have always loved his poems, but even more since I moved to New England. He understood this place and its people. We have a portrait of him taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt hanging in our… Read More ›
Today I saw that the toilets are not filling properly. I thought (I hoped) it was just my toilet, but it’s also Garry’s. We really need rain and soon. Two months with no rain is a very long time in… Read More ›
I haven’t done anything in a couple of weeks, but it’s been a busy couple of weeks. Today, I settled down and drew the two “married” Red-Bellied Woodpeckers.
I wanted something bright and I found a daisy. I thought it was orange, but after a while, I couldn’t make up my mind if it was more red or more orange. I wound up drawing in in both colors.