Monthly Archives: May 2015

Memorial Day

I love living in a small town. Events have a very personal feeling and Memorial Day has always been an important observance in my hometown. It is a solemn occasion honoring veterans, marked with prayer, speakers, boy and girl scouts reciting famous … Continue reading

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Free Style Writing Challenge

I was tagged by Sue Vincent at Daily Echo to participate in a free style writing challenge. I chose to to set the timer for ten minutes (I am not as fast a typist as Sue, so I figured I’d need the … Continue reading

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Ferns Unfurling

The unfurling of fern fiddleheads in spring is one of the things I look forward to every year. To me, each one is a work of art. Above is a lovely reddish-bronze Sensitive Fern (Onoclea sensibilis) named for its quick demise when … Continue reading

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Four Seasons

This weekend we took a ride to Bullitt Reservation to take my fourth and final photos in a series showing the four seasons from the same vantage point. Along with the ground blackberry that kept snagging and scratching my ankles, the black … Continue reading

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Renewed

It is such a joy to be outside these days with the birds calling from nearly every tree and bush, I’m thrilled to be alive to witness the renewal of another spring. After this past, bitterly cold winter, these warm, sunny … Continue reading

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Silent Sunday

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