Monthly Archives: March 2017

Wednesday Vignette: Take Care of Our Heart

Originally posted on Forest Garden:
~ “People ask: Why should I care about the ocean? Because the ocean is the cornerstone of earth’s life support system, it shapes climate and weather. It holds most of life on earth; 97% of…

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Wordless Wednesday

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Daily Prompt: Minimal

via Daily Prompt: Minimal Sunlight creates sparkles and shadows on snow… or could it be stars amid clouds?

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The Tuesday View March 21

Just wanted to show why I’m still not posting any spring flower photos. As you can see, it’ll be a while yet. With a nod to Cathy at Words and Herbs, who hosts a weekly meme of photos taken of the same … Continue reading

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In A Vase On Monday – Fothergilla

After a mishap destroyed half my Witch-Alder shrub (Fothergilla major) in front of my porch, rather than throw the branches in the brush pile, I thought I’d try to force them into bloom. A marvelous native plant, its honey-scented, bottle-brush 1-3″ … Continue reading

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Silent Sunday

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March Comes In Like a Lion, Goes Out Like a Lamb

“March comes in like a lion, goes out like a lamb.”  ~ Proverb Here in New England during March, we can experience a broad range of weather from raging blizzard, like Tuesday’s storm Stella, to warm days with temperatures reaching … Continue reading

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