Author Archives: hernibs
Spinning dreams, illusive vapour thoughts, invisible threads binding to futility. So harried in the need to spin we ignore the fragility of our web and our life. ©Sharron R. McMillan Excerpt from “Spinning” Advertisements
Yellow is the brightest colour of the visible spectrum, and it is the most noticeable of all colours by the human eye. It means happiness and optimism; it is the colour of sun shining, or bright light and creativity. … … Continue reading
Deer seem to like our clearing when it’s raining. I guess they feel safe here.
Years ago my friend Bonnie pulled up a sucker from a tree in her yard and gave it to me because I was admiring its beautiful colours. We planted it by our pond. Bonnie is gone now but her tree … Continue reading
Apparently an edible fungus. Don’t think we’ll try them. Unless we get really hungry one day.
Found her curled up in the basket of hats and gloves. Too cute.
You’ve come a long way woman. . . HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!
Kate and Anna have gone to the big chicken coop in the sky after being taken out for dinner by a bobcat. Sorry to see them go. They were good layers and debugged the whole orchard.
Why do we put up with plastic labels on the back of our neck that itch and scratch and cause a rash; horrible coffee that costs way too much; pesticides on our food that we know causes cancer; plastic that … Continue reading
The wall is silence, the grass is sleep, Tall trees of peace their vigil keep, And the Fairy of Dreams with moth-wings furled Plays soft on her flute to the drowsy world. ~Ida Rentoul Outhwaite