Tag Archives: forest
My thoughts flit about like brown creeper on cedar tree. Peace, Wisdom Gratitude Pain none sit still enough to be seen or to complete the epiphany. Maybe catching a glimpse peripherally is enough to reassure me again birds and words … Continue reading
Fern (Western bracken) Pteridium aquilinum pubescens Natural. Wild herb to 6’ tall. Fern family. Only fern that is found world-wide and most widespread fern in BC in most coniferous forests. Stems: Unlike most ferns, do not cluster from a compact … Continue reading
I love how the light creeps across the ferns towards me. Each time I look up it’s closer, as if it wants to sneak up on me and shine, ta da, in my face before I notice it. Now it’s … Continue reading
How far back would we need to look to figure out what caused this crook. Were you bending, reaching for the light or curling away from some horrible fright. Yearning for safety or enjoying the sight, what caused this twist … Continue reading
Some place mushrooms grow wild, some place they are sold. Some place Rhodos grow like weeds or so that’s what I’m told. Some place cactus ten feet tall growing commonly, some place two inches in a pot is all the … Continue reading
The divine photosynthesis that grows everything from within by transforming light into itself ~Hildegard of Bingen [1098–1179] called this viriditas, or the greening of all things, a metaphor for spiritual and physical health, which is visible in the divine word.
When life is sweet, say thank you and celebrate. And when life is bitter, say thank you and grow. ~Anmol Andore
Memories of Tigger intruded our walk through the trails today. She used to sit, just so, staring off intently at something out there.
People throw away what they could have by insisting on perfection, which they cannot have, and looking for it where they will never find it. ~ Edith Schaeffer
A decent provision for the poor is the true test of civilization. ~ Samuel Johnson
Sun illuminates tips of trees this morning. It looks like winter has left the woods. Crocuses and Snowdrops lift their heads in thanks. I do too. ©Sharron R. McMillan