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Death is not final all is reborn, Transfigured, delivered – a brand new form. ©Sharron R. McMillan Advertisements
Only a shell remains you see A shell that never was truly me, And now I’ve left it, now I am free Imagine – imagine, what I shall be! ©Sharron R. McMillan
Deer Fern Blechnum spicant – A fine evergreen native fern, reaching heights of only 12-24.” The low-growing sterile fronds spread horizontally from a basal tuft, while the fertile fronds are thin and deciduous and grow erect, directly from the center … Continue reading
(Candy Flower) Montia sibirica Natural. Low growing herb to 12” high. Wild edge of shady forest plant. Flowers on long thin stem, five notched petals, star-shaped, with thin red lines. Blooms March to June. Leaves long petiol basal leaves forming … Continue reading
Friendship must be kept in a constant state of repair. ~ Dr. S. Johnson
Square Circle being made by a genius woodpecker.
The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us, the less taste we shall have for destruction. ~Rachel Carson
It May Have Thorns Like the flower you gave me and the words you chose so I give my love as you gave me the rose. Though it is not perfect and could cause you pain for its scent is … Continue reading
5 a.m. – Amplified knocking sound awakens everyone within a mile radius. This clever little sapsucker has figured out that pecking on the bird houses dotted around our acreage gets his territorial signal across loud and clear.
When we remember we are all mad, the mysteries of life disappear and life stands explained. ~Mark Twain