Ne’er Trust a July Sky

Ne’er Trust a July Sky

Ne’er Trust a July Sky. Why? Probably because a day that starts sunny could cloud up and be a rainy day within a short time. Planning a picnic? Good, but bring an umbrella just in case. July. Happy Canada Day to all my Canadian friends. It’s a good day to remember heritage and country and […]

Just Give a Whistle

Just Give a Whistle

How long has it been since you heard a whistle? I don’t mean the shrill sound of blowing through a whistle, I mean where someone purses their lips and whistles. Used to be, whistling was common. In fact, if I remember correctly, there was a song or two that had whistling in it. So, what […]

Mud Puddles

Puddles that remain after a rain can’t help it that they happen to be in a low spot and will probably never grow into a more respectable name, like pond or creek. From the moment they are formed, they are simple puddles and puddles they’ll remain until they sink out of sight. Puddles are good […]

The Sears Catalog

The Sears Catalog

Do present day conflicts give you the blues? Do you get upset when you watch the news? Do you yearn for those days that are long gone by, but you can’t return there, if you try? If you’re tired of all the sorry pollution, there is a cure and there’s a solution! A Sears Catalog […]

Powerful Moon

Powerful Moon

  It must have been because of the moon. The flower moon, full and close to the earth must have had a powerful pull on me yesterday, because I went for a long walk. The day was sunny with just enough nip in the air to be energizing. Seeing a couple of neighbors along the […]

It’s a Wild Life

It’s a Wild Life

Yesterday, we were blessed with missing the baseball-size hailstones that fell in parts of Arkansas. We had a thunderstorm, it blew over, then last night, a re-run. This time, I don’t think there was hail anywhere. So, my trusty camera and I (and Nemo, of course) in between storms, strolled through the back yard. We […]

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