Tuesday 5th January Monday's snowfall was a mere flurry by comparison to last month's storm that buried these plants and crept up the window. Just the right amount to be really pretty and not a pain. Although our "snowman" who apparently is a one-man operation, did not seem at all pleased! Grant may find himself … Continue reading Snow cats
Taken earlier, in the Spring Tuesday wasn't the best. That was steroid epidural day, the onset of the MEGA headache. But it wasn't just that. When we got home, we noticed a little dove sitting in the grass just outside the living room. Sitting, not moving. We had it happen once before and that one … Continue reading Little lives count
Just before I retired last night, I saw a newsflash. Mostly, these days I don't pay attention to those things, because I can't believe a single thing I hear or read anymore from the media. I'm sure some still try to relay the truth, but who knows if they are even able to unravel it. … Continue reading Oh snow!
A drawing I did long ago of Palemale, the Central Park Red Tail hawk A sudden thud suggested that a bird had hit a window. Jumping up, I hurried to look out, hoping not to find a poor creature in distress. I was astonished to find myself staring into the sharply focused, very much alive … Continue reading The Dove and the Hawk