If there is ONE lesson I learned from the 2022 garden, it would be plants like the sun but not love the sun. I learned that most vegetables like cucumber, squash, beans, and even tomatoes benefit from a bit of shade.Continue reading “Reflection on the 2022 Garden – Lesson Learned”
When I went out to try to rake the leaves and dead grass to try to expose the soil on Saturday morning, I found the ground was frozen solid.Continue reading “Reflection on the 2022 Garden”
Anne Sandler from Slow Shutter Speed is heading this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge and she has chosen one of my favorite topic and something I photograph when I get the chance and that is Wildlife Close to Home.Continue reading “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #225: Wildlife Close to Home”
Good morning! Come on in! Sit down, have something hot to warm your hands and let’s catch up on the week.Continue reading “#WeekendCoffeeShare – Indulging in Breakfast and A bit of Fun”
Even after enduring it for so long, I still find it sting every time I’m treated this way and yet, I still help them. What in heck is wrong with me?Continue reading “Friday Thoughts – Only Matter when…”
Di from Pensitivity is the host for this week’s Truthful Tuesday and once again, I’m a day late but better late than never, right? This week, the following questions are asked:Continue reading “Truthful Tuesday 11-08-2022 on a Wednesday – Coffee or Tea?”
This week, it’s Sofia’s turn to lead the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge and she has chosen one of my favorite topics – Exposure.Continue reading “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #224: Exposure”
Good morning! Come on in! Sit down, have a hot drink and let’s catch up on the week.Continue reading “#WeekendCoffeeShare – First Winter Storm”
Di from Pensitivity is subbing for Melanie while she’s on temporary blogging hiatus. This week’s Truthful Tuesday has me thinking.Continue reading “Truthful Tuesday 11-01-2022 on a Wednesday – The Relativity of Time”
I agree with Terri, nature is mysterious. It can turn such thing as a tree into a fossil if it lived long enough.
Looking at the topic this week, which is mysterious, I thought about my visit to the Petrified Forest State Park in 2021. Note that this is the state park in Utah, not the national park in Arizona. Petrified Forest State Park is much smaller but it’s still an awesome place to visit.
We paid our entrance fee, parked the car, and spent a few hours exploring the park on foot, which is kind of mandatory given the petrified forest is located along a single trail.
It’s sure a mystery how these trees managed to survive this long as all around them, civilization thrived. I’d bet these trees have seen things, encountered plenty of natural events, and probably once lived with dinosaurs. It’s just amazing to think of all the things that have happened to these trees to have it survive to today. Nature is sure a wonderful mystery.
This week, John from Journey with Johnbo is hosting Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #223 and he threw out a topic with three words I don’t think I’ve heard in quite a while – Flights of Fancy.Continue reading “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #223: Flights of Fancy”
Good morning! Come on in! Sit down, have a hot drink and let’s catch up on more of this week’s going-on. I jotted some thoughts and updated on my physical health yesterday, feel free to go read that post first.Continue reading “#WeekendCoffeeShare – Making Important Life Decisions”
I don’t know why but I feel like I don’t write enough about my physical health.Continue reading “Friday Thoughts – An Update on Health”
Di from Pensitivity is subbing for Melanie while she’s on temporary blogging hiatus. This week’s Truthful Tuesday has me thinking.Continue reading “Truthful Tuesday 10-25-2022 on a Wednesday – An oldie in the Modern World”