In response to The Daily Post’s Photo Challenge, “Future“. These days, I can only think of the very near future. The days when I no longer have to wear a jacket each time I leave the house. The days when I can slip my feet into flip flops. The days when I can raise … More Soon
Having grown up in a tropical country, winter shocked me when I first migrated to the northeastern part of the United States. It can get so cold that while walking anywhere, my legs feel like ants are crawling up from my toes to my knees. Or it could be the feeling of my legs … More Summer Will Come!
“Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate.” ~ William Shakespeare (Sonnet 18)
Yes, you read that right! Bear cubs came for a visit to play in our backyard. I missed the thrilling experience as I was at work. Fortunately, hubby was home to document the event while safely ensconced inside the house. What might they be saying to each other? 🙂 Just a note: … More Snap Shot Saturday: Bears in the Backyard
A couple of weeks ago, hubby and I spent a weekend with some family members in Long Island, New York. We visited Fire Island National Seashore. Visiting properties in Fire Island under the care of the National Park Service is free. Our niece and nephew, technically our grandchildren because their grandma is hubby’s sister … More Free Friday: Fire Island National Seashore, New York
I’m not much of a fan of winter. More so this winter with the attack of the Polar Vortex and the dubbed Siberian Express. I can only console myself with photos of lovely warm temperature in Fort Lauderdale beach.
Winter has a long way to go and here I am wishing for Summer. I wish I were at a warmer climate. Sigh.
John Muir said, “Keep close to Nature’s heart…and break clear away, once in a while, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.” I look outside my window and I smile at the evidence how close to nature I am. My backyard has become a playground for a … More Keep Close To Nature