As I shared in Part 1, I am still a greenhorn when it comes to most things horse. I’ve been volunteering at the horse farm Continue reading Lessons from the Horse Farm – Part 2
I found this cute little tree trying to grow in the crevice of an old stump last summer while we were camping in New Hampshire. The stump had been there so long that moss has taken hold of it, and the moss seems to be thriving quite well! Not so the stump.
What words would you use to describe this duck? There are obvious descriptions like brown, swimming, floating, feathery, and so on. Then you could get fancy and say things like fowl, mallard, drab, dabbler, and social. Continue reading Just Ducky
This rhododendron bud is bursting with promise. But look at all that snow! Will the bud still open in the spring, or has its future been hijacked?
Up close, these barnacles look a bit alien, don’t they? Almost a little creepy! Here’s another picture to put your mind at rest about their danger: Continue reading Shut the Front Door!
In honor of our local snowy welcome to spring, I thought I’d write another snowy post!
Looking out on a yard of pristine, freshly-fallen snow brings such a sense of serenity. Everything looks so peaceful, fresh, and clean (especially from inside, while I’m drinking a hot cup of cocoa). But then…the perfectly smooth landscape is disturbed by someone who dares to walk through it!! Continue reading Disturbances
The snow has a charm of its own, but can you see the promise of future beauty? Here’s a peek at what’s coming…
Those same bare branches weighed down under the weight of melting snow will soon be covered in beautiful blossoms.