Author Archives: Linda Schaub
Flags at federal buildings and national monuments are flying at half-staff across the U.S. this entire holiday weekend to honor the COVID-19 victims, as ordered by the President. While that is both sad and admirable, I hope that Memorial Day … Continue reading
This is part two of my trip to BASF Waterfront Park last Saturday. It’s a short and sweet post about the various families of Canada Geese I saw on my morning stroll. The geese and goslings were the highlight of … Continue reading
It’s our first long holiday of the year here in the U.S. Usually by the end of May, this long weekend, typically called “the Gateway to Summer”, is always such a welcome respite from our usually hectic daily lives. But, … Continue reading
Wordless Wednesday – allow your photo(s) to tell the story.
… Ducks! The past week’s weather here in Southeast Michigan has been anything but ducky … it’s been wacky and wet. The weather is akin to Baskin Robbins’ ice cream flavor of the month, as lately it seems like Mother … Continue reading
(It’s a work in progress and certainly not the Mother Goose story you grew up with.) Mama and Papa Goose swim … the goslings swim. Mama and Papa Goose graze … the goslings graze too. But, what happens when Mama … Continue reading