Monthly Archives: May 2015

Diary of a Mad Gardener.

Those who follow my blog regularly know that my favorite trek is the one to Council Point Park where, for a brief time, I can walk the perimeter path and commune with nature at the same time.  Whether it is … Continue reading

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Red, white and blue … and YOU, the grillin’ gourmand.

Besides the obvious reason why we celebrate Memorial Day, this upcoming weekend is also the official kickoff to Summer. Here in Michigan, we always proclaim this holiday as the gateway to Summer, even if we have traipsed some 300 plus … Continue reading

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A jack rabbit start(le).

The fog crept in on little cat feet once again this morning. I always liked Carl Sandburg’s description of how the fog landed, stayed awhile, then just sprang away.  However, the early morning fog in my neck of the woods … Continue reading

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Forget-Me Nots are actually kinda forgettable.

From the confines of my cozy bed, I listened to the news and debated whether to even go for a walk, on this day two of a four-day, rain-filled sogfest.  The 6:00 a.m. news meteorologist reported we had 95% humidity, … Continue reading

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I sure was tempted to pull a Tiny Tim today and …

… tiptoe through the tulips I saw along the way to the Park.  I probably would have done it on a lark, except I might have gotten a citation for trespassing. Besides my ukulele was out of tune. It was … Continue reading

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Mum’s the word – and grandmum too.

Today’s the day we commemorate our mothers and acknowledge all they do, or have done, for us, and how they made us the unique person we are today.  You don’t think you got to this point in your life stumbling … Continue reading

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This old dawg is learning new tricks.

Well, I didn’t take a stroll to the Park today because I decided to deal with the new camera … it’s been here since April 18th already. Two Sundays ago, I cleared an afternoon to read the info and set … Continue reading

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