Sunrise means breakfast hummingbirds seeking sweetness morning nourishment
“It takes your breath away.”
Tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths -oh my! Do you have a favorite?
As told by Charlie, age 11 weeks… There are so many wonderful things about being a puppy, but today I want to talk about the joy of a new toy. Mom’s trying to teach me to fetch, yes I know I’m part Retriever, but so far it’s not my best event. This time IContinue reading “Charlie’s Day”
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The snow fell, wet and heavy Giving way to fog as temperatures danced above freezing. Mountain peaks hidden from view bathed in dewy moisture wait for the sun to return. Dots of blue sky, making a reappearance letting the mountains know the fog would lift soon.
Much of the rest of the country is reveling in warmer weather after a rough winter. We are in drought conditions and happy for a day of snow. Yep, it’s May 2! We are in high danger drought conditions. In addition to the need for moisture, I love the peacefulness of snow and the wayContinue reading “May flowers? Nope, May Snow Showers”