Tag Archives: forest
Spiders this year are abundant, weaving their designs in front of the door, across the path, over the windows while we sleep, using what they have at hand to keep life afloat. Our yard is carpeted with tight, pitchy fir … Continue reading
A good year for mushrooms and they are popping up everywhere, so many different ones.
If you are depressed you are living in the past. If you are anxious you are living in the future. If you are at peace you are living in the present. ~Lao Tzu
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
Geranium robertianum In traditional herbalism, Herb Robert is a remedy for toothache and nosebleed and in healing of wounds. The name refers to abbot and herbalist Robert of Molesme. Freshly picked leaves have an odor resembling burning tires when crushed, … Continue reading
Fragments of thought splash the shattered cortex of my cerebellum, do not alight can not enter, only bounce about until settling somewhere inside my brain, lost forever in folds of intelligence, unable to decipher something so simple as a puddle. … Continue reading
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”
Apparently an edible fungus. Don’t think we’ll try them. Unless we get really hungry one day.