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Category Archives: Mother Nature
The pendulum has swung so hard to the left that I am now skipping around in the sunshine, hoping that it will not hit me in the back of the head anytime soon as I deliriously enjoy it’s latest bounty. … Continue reading
It’s an orb, it has bright lights, it’s hovering over the neighbor’s house, it’s blinding me! HELP! The entire neighborhood is illuminated! NO, NO! People are coming out of their houses to stare at it, they’re being blinded too! Fools! Go … Continue reading
She drove to her old neighborhood to visit her dog. Her sweet little Feather-Foo who now lives with her ex. Her sweet little Feather-Foo who broke into the ex’s tenant’s cabin three days ago and stole a pot cookie. A … Continue reading
Walking along the warm sunny path by the creek, ducks with their butts in the air scooping goodies from down below, it occurred to me that I had to do something. A huge chunk of you, yes you, my blog-friends, are suffering … Continue reading
Took a million pictures this weekend with my happy new birthday camera. Love this one. It rained and drizzled and was gray outside ’til Sunday afternoon when the colors returned. Happy Monday, friends!
Brand new art building. Last semester at the community college, then it’s on to the University for nursing school. Prerequisites behind me, this semester involves two art classes; Ceramics and Basic Digital Photography. I shiver and shudder when I think … Continue reading