Small town art inviting passers by to admire the flowers.
Butterfly duet flying, floating, dancing they land then off they go
Charlie at six months In the months we’ve had Charlie he has filled my heart on a continuous basis. A few examples of ways he spreads joy: Watching him run and romp with his canine friends – full of joy and endless energy. Complete strangers turn to jello in his presence. Just the other day,Continue reading “Charlie – six months of fun”
August in the Rocky Mountains is a wonderful time to explore. Many flowers are in full bloom, their vibrant colors putting on a show. Even the deer are impressed.
Outside my window morning glories climb and bloom faces to the sun.
Weather in the mountains is ever changing. In the midst of a sunny day the fog rolled in, hiding the nearby peaks. One of my favorite poems by Carl Sandburg: Fog The fog comes in on little cat feet. It sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches and then moves on.
Eyes flicker open Will the morning colors be putting on a show? All day I glance skyward at the wisps at the billowing puffs at the myriad of shapes always putting on a show. Setting my imagination free. And then, evening colors. Will they bring another dazzling display?
As the weekend winds down, those of us who want to squeeze the last drops of fun from it enjoy the sunset as we look for moose. Tonight there were none, but the magnificent sky, wildflowers, and a lone duck in the lake were enough.
Charlie, 10 days away from turning 6 months old, has filled our days and hearts since he arrived here in April. As you can see from these pictures and clips, is adorable and quite an athlete. He’s able to jump, run, and turn on a dime. He’s made friends with many dogs including Sydney, theContinue reading “Charlie – the good and the bad”
Clouds scattered above reminiscent of Magritte art show in the sky