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Oh how the months speed by…
The latest from Our Little House in the Big Woods
- Spring is bustin’ out all over (and a blogging milestone)
- Traveling from little house in the woods to big city on the coast
- Healing a broken toe, watching the snow melt
- The maze is your labyrinth
- Mindfulness, equanimity–and a broken toe
- The perils and ecstasy of walking on snow
- Loss and gain
- Sad transitions
- Snow, snow, snow and it’s really __ __ __ __ __
- Vegetable scrap smiley for our company
Read, read, read…months and months of photos and words…
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On June 10th the lupine theater played for a full house. They perfumed, awed, and colored the landscape extraordinarily. We onlookers gushed at their purple, pink and white symphony and deeply inhaled their essence. Their lupine-ness shined superb; never were … Continue reading
Last week my friend Doris invited me to stop by. We get together every few months at her house. She serves coffee or tea and delicious sweets. Her husband, Howard, usually stops puttering to say hello, pausing at the table … Continue reading
Life is so weird. After writing yesterday’s post about my current camera conundrum (say that fast three times) I am suddenly feeling re-inspired about taking pictures. Twice today have dug out the Canon Rebel and photographed. The first photo shoot … Continue reading
Can you believe how the green life is slowly retreating from the leaf as it dies? Let’s play with the green leaf photographically-speaking, shall we? How can we renew this dying leaf?
Counting down the days until I can say something on this blog. August 10th!!
Here we are. Mid to late September. Still working in the garden in front of our house. Still pulling plants (feeding them to the deer who have been zapped away from the garden by the handy electric fence) and harvesting delicious broccoli, … Continue reading
You can’t see them. You can’t hear them. Yet a million tiny wings beat in the clouds and sky, veering south, aimed toward Florida and Mexico and the Caribbean at this time of year. They left late this year. The females … Continue reading