Tag Archives: Montauk daisies

Annual Rites of Passage

Colorful autumn leaves offer us eye candy now. Sugar maple trees are warm and beautiful.  Childhood memories of many-hued leaves our Dad raked into piles in Sturbridge.  Shrieking, we jumped into the leaf piles.  It’s what kids do! As I … Continue reading

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Shadows and Spooks

Neighborhoods are decorated for Halloween. Some people add orange lights on trees. White spooks hang from branches.  Pumpkins galore on walkways.  Stuffed figures.  Squirrels sense the extra tasty morsels to be had. After cleaning up after pumpkin seeds from the … Continue reading

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This and That

Life is good; life is wonderful.  New neighbors are moving in.  A new puppy is trying its walking legs.  All wobbly, floppy. Here and there when it walks.  Circled around my legs and licked my hand this morning.  Conversations of … Continue reading

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