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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
Years ago my friend Bonnie pulled up a sucker from a tree in her yard and gave it to me because I was admiring its beautiful colours. We planted it by our pond. Bonnie is gone now but her tree … Continue reading
“We inherit from our ancestors gifts so often taken for granted. Each of us contains within us this inheritance of soul. We are links between the ages, containing past and present expectations, sacred memories and future promise.” ~Edward Sellner
A spot of sun makes all the difference to a day and to a photograph.
Nylon hammock on the trail by the maple trees. Could have gone to sleep there, so quiet and calm.
Cedar or a maple tree, choosing what I wish to see shadows or reality. ©2015 Sharron R. McMillan
A new day waits to be written write it with your best pen listen, listen to this new day it will not come again. Days are short one page will do. write from your heart write what is you. Maple … Continue reading
I love the scent of lilac blossoms beside the path, smoke bush red leaves, new huckleberry shoots, maple and alder filling in the gaps between evergreens. ©2007 Sharron R. McMillan