Tag Archives: Fall
So many beautiful colours everywhere. Wakes up the artist in all of us.
Lectio Divina in Nature Step out onto the Planet. Draw a circle a hundred feet round. Inside the circle are 300 things nobody understands, and, maybe nobody’s ever really seen How many can you find? ~Lew Welch Lew Welch, Ring … Continue reading
The art of living lies less in eliminating our troubles than in growing with them. ~Bernard Baruch
I love checking out this hole at the base of a tree when we walk the trails. It feels like a place you’d find hidden treasure buried.
The blueberry bush is dressed for the season.
The best criticism of the bad is the practice of the better. ~St. Francis
A few tomatoes still ripen in the greenhouse. Peas and beans flower again, trying to make up for not producing during the weeks of drought. The garden isn’t ready to go to sleep just yet. The earth is a mosaic … Continue reading
Deer in the woods, can you spot it?
Enjoying the quiet of the woods today – towhees talking, ravens gossiping, silence, crunch of gravel underfoot Peace. This is what we need to progress towards, more peace in our towns, in our world, in ourselves. ©Sharron R. McMillan