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?
This is a PUZZLE story, and is a bit more understandable if you read it out loud… Piece Tastes Good That sighed of the river that forms hour boarder now bruise ail four all to sea! Wee tact a notice … Continue reading A Puzzle Story – Just for Fun
Oz reached in and grabbed the cord. He ran his hand down it until he came to the plug. Crawling further under the kitchen sink, he plugged the dispose-all in. He leaned out and back against the island cabinets. The … Continue reading Nothing’s Right Without Delphina
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
In the morning (USA) get up early to see the Super Blue Red Missing Moon! In the parts of Europa and Asia and all that get to see it, most will see it in the afternoon or even the next day. … Continue reading Super Blue Red Missing Moon