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 →
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 →
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 →
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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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…