We stood still – eyes locked, playing the game of who will blink first. The bear and I. I was closing up the chicken coops the other night when I looked up and there she was – Mrs. Bear in all her growly big self. I can tell you, I blinked first. I wanted to …
Brilliant sunshine, fallen leaves crispy and crunchy under my feet, heavy with a coating of frost, a thousand diamonds shimmer in the grass. An owl screeches high in the treetops. A donkey is braying loudly and the chickens are beginning their morning chatter. Swoosh swoosh a flock of buzzards soars overhead.
An earthquake, which is not typical for our area, rocked our little house a few years ago, weakening our cabinet structure and cracking walls. Our old roof was leaking and water had seeped into the drywall, causing it to buckle and peel. The worst part was mold was growing. Last year when our beautiful new red …
Double-crossed by a fan dancer – from the movie gold diggers of 1937? Not a particularly good movie in my opinion and I think this was the only funny line. Somehow it tickles my fancy. I love old movies, I like to watch them early in the morning before the sun comes up. It seems …
I went up in the attic, out to the garage and into the far depths of my studio and pulled out boxes of dusty, crusty moth-eaten, beautiful stuff.
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November 5, 2017
Here is a mermaid tale that starts out in Florida and makes its way back to Virginia.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts on the last post. We are back home and I’m trying to get back to my regular routine.
So, I was going to write a post this week about Lucky ducky. Many of you have joined along on my journey to care for this little creature; I wanted to share what was next for him. But, I can’t now. I try but it catches in my throat.