Monthly Archives: September 2022

The Trees Letting Go

Age is an opportunity no less than youth but clothed in another dress.  It is that season when trees show us how lovely letting go is.  Especially sugar maples. A surprise lilac against the backdrop of our house greeted me … Continue reading

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Bemused and Befuddled

Preoccupied, I meandered the gardens. Whoa!  Watch my step!  Soundlessly, the garden snake slithered from side to side. Another surprise awaited in a flowerpot and startled me.  A leopard minding its own business and napping.  Lots of squirrels out and … Continue reading

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Warmth Sequestered

Quivering, shivering branches and leaves bend and sway in the cooler breezes. Overcast, cloud-filled skies portend rain. Apples and leaves fall down once again. Upon us, the impending cyclical storms. The season of cool nights. ‘Tis custom. Squirrels bury acorns.  … Continue reading

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Problem-solving Outside the Box!

My parents asked me many questions as a method of teaching me problem-solving. I learned from my mistakes too.  Later in 4H projects, we kept records and answered questions as a learning tool and more problem-solving.  I don’t think we … Continue reading

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Dolce Autumn

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Originally posted on Dr. Mary Ann Niemczura:
What a warm, beautiful day! Garden beckons me to play. I peruse the interplay: greens, pinks, whites, reds:  a bouquet: colorful communiqué; happy, joyful escapeway. Birds singing, musical way. Interplay garden, sun’s rays. Today…

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