Author Archives: hernibs
The last two roses of Summer. We picked them this morning and took the to my 100 year old mother.She sang “The Yellow Rose of Texas” to us as she held them and sniffed them. I hope the bud gives … Continue reading
We only get a glimpsebetween branchestree trunks, shades of blueor grey-brownoften shining goldor back-lit bysetting dusk a glimpse of hillsof distantfuturebeyond who we areand what we are doing. A glimpse of me,of youbeyond this room,this life. ©1996 Sharron R. McMillan
Kindness is never wasted. If it has no effect on the recipient, at least it benefits the bestower. ~ S.H. Simmons
There is one word which may serve as a rule of practice for all one’s life — reciprocity. ~Confucius Reciprocity – a situation or relationship in which two people or groups agree to do something similar for each other, to … Continue reading
New cedar like fronds of moss appear on the large erratic out in the woods. It makes me smile to see moss has survived the drought. Makes me feel stronger, seeing survivors around me.