Lilacs are one of my favorite things to smell in the spring. They can be overwhelming for some folks, but I love them! Especially since my sniffer is on the weak side.Continue reading Disintegration
Today is the first day of Fall, but I feel like we’ve been falling for quite some time!Continue reading Falling
I’ve only got a few weeks to go before I see some of these signs that spring has really arrived, growing right in my backyard! Soon the dandelions will start popping up like little balls of sunshine all over the place. Both violets and dandelions Continue reading Natives
It is time for a gripe session! And today’s topic? Forsythia.
In early September, my husband and I visited the petrified forest of Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota. This is what we had to walk through to get to the forest: Continue reading Are You Petrified?
That’s not snow, my friend, it’s a mushroom! I found this growing on the side of a tree, and couldn’t pass up taking a few pics . . . Continue reading Resting Place