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Three inches of snow and -5 degrees Centigrade. Winter isn’t over, that’s for sure. Advertisements
Sometimes early to rise isn’t good for you. We had quite a dump of snow yesterday. I hope this little flower survives.
Colder weather has been forecast for tomorrow. Just had to take a picture of this precocious mini daffodil opening up as if it’s spring. I hope they survive.
Thanks to art, instead of seeing a single world -our own- we see it multiply until we have before us as many worlds as there are original artists. ~ Marcel Proust
Silence is the safety zone of conversation. ~ Arnold H. Glasgow
Junco ‘dark-eyed’ Junco hyemalis Ground-feeding sparrows. Common year-round resident. In winter they fold their feet under their bodies and fluff out their feathers on the snow like a quilt. He loves the new feeder and is happy there is not … Continue reading
Using your collection of rocks and shells, you’ve created art with heart from the earth. I just noticed art is encapsulated in the words heart and earth. Meant to be together. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Monday laundry, Wednesday shop, Friday pizza, Sunday stop – Simple anchors, for our days to keep our week in order. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Bird feeder: tweeter treater. ~ John J. Hatch
May Peace be unfurled throughout our world. ©Sharron R. McMillan
The grand essentials of happiness are: something to do, something to love, and something to hope for. ~Allan K. Chalmers
This blue orb was dancing around in my view finder while I was taking pictures of the eclipse the other night. I thought it was a reflection of something but it showed up in the actual photograph. Must have been … Continue reading
“Build bridges, not walls.” ~Suzy Kassem
The fire of purpose easily melts the icicles of obstacles. ~Alan Cohen