An Itty-Bitty Bobber! Out at Sunrise and what do I see? Not a Dan-de-Lion, it’s a Snow-de-Lion! Fudge likes it. Continue reading Alas! Snowy Peaches
To me, a creek symbolizes a powerful force that can be beautiful and life-giving but can also cleanse the landscape in a flood. This water is precious to the life of the woodland flora and fauna, the flowers and the fawns. The rippling sound warms my weary heart. The water can dry up, leaving the woodland parched and sad. Then it returns in glory. What better way to commemorate the Resurrection? Continue reading An Easter Thought
Want to see one of the top reasons I want to live way out in the woods in a log cabin? This is what I saw, heard and loved when I walked out the front door this morning: Continue reading Outside the Cabin Door
I have a fervent hope that Puxatawney (sp?) Phil was wrong this year! A spiffily dressed gentleman holding the poor creature high somehow inferred 6 more weeks of winter. But I have peach trees and plums blooming! No hard freezes, please…pretty please? The … Continue reading Phil Was Wrong, Right?
I get the Science Today feed for the headlines and a brief summary of the latest findings. This one caught my eye a while back: That immediately brought to mind a painting I did a few years ago. It’s just … Continue reading How Chickens Got to Hawaii
Morning Weather Report: “A heavy frost was spotted in most areas of the city.” Sorry, I couldn’t resist a little silliness. Have a fine, overstuffed Thanksgiving! Oh no! I see spots! The uniformity is uncanny – could they be UFO … Continue reading Frost Was Spotted…
Oh yes, isn’t is getting cold in the evenings! I’ve had to dig around for my sweaters, coats and long johns and all…cheapskate that I am, I keep the thermostat at 50 degrees F and pile on the warmth. That’s … Continue reading Cozy Up With A Book Weather