Tag Archives: spring
Tulips, hyacinths and anemones all arrived in time for Easter dinner.
Spring, Easter life anew for trees, for birds and yes, for you. You’ll see it in a thousand ways as minutes burst into whole days. Rest in that beam of sun and know another sunbeam soon will show. Even when … Continue reading
I am without legs. I can not stand upon the pillar of cynicism that society pretends to worship. I am without arms. I can not hold together that which is determined to fly apart. I am hope and I dwell … Continue reading
From streams on mountains to rivers below on to the ocean water will flow. From ocean to clouds then it all starts again life-giving cycle of BC Rain. ©1978 Sharron R. McMillan
The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are. ~Joseph Campbell 1904–1987
Violet (Evergreen Yellow) Viola sempervirens Means: Urban happiness
Thi This is a wild flowering currant, the only one surviving of four we transplanted from the power line over 40 years ago. It comes back every year. Love it! Means: “You please all.”
A robin energetically building a nest in our apricot tree against the house. I’ll be watching for babies.
Life is just awakening, my favourite time of year. Buds of promise in our hair, scents of beauty everywhere. Something new to find each day, treasures on a rainy day. Dreaming on the garden swing, Life is great, it’s finally … Continue reading
Where you stumble, there lies your treasure. ~Joseph Campbell (1904–1987)
I wish I were a primrose, A bright yellow primrose blowing in the spring! The stooping boughs above me, The wandering bee to love me, The fern and moss to creep across, And the elm-tree for our king! ~William Allingham