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- Linda Schaub
- Nature bee amazing sometimes. #Wordless Wednesday #Hmm – is that bee waving at me?
- As the crow flies …
- What keeps me going is goals. –Muhammad Ali #Wordless Wednesday #Me too!
- It was a fairy nice walk.
- Monarchs are in Mexico sipping margaritas ‘til March. #Wordless Wednesday #Monarch Butterfly sipping nectar at the Goodwill Garden at Heritage Park.
- Linda Schaub
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Tag Archives: Canada Geese
I will savor the spectacular Autumn we had here in Southeast Michigan for a very long time. When the Winter winds are howling, or I’m stepping gingerly on icy pavement, or slogging through the snow, or whacking down dagger-like icicles, … Continue reading
I did a recent post involving a conundrum called a “Goose Jam” and no, that is not something you slather on your English Muffin. In that post, which can be found by clicking here, you learned how the Canada Geese … Continue reading
It has been a while since I regaled you with tales of the Canada Geese I see every day at Council Point Park and/or at larger park venues. That is because Summertime is molting season for these geese, so they … Continue reading
If one were to Google the word “gosling” they would discover a slew of images and the correct pronunciation and origin of that word – wow, a whopping 43,600,000 results in 0.47 seconds, plus Canadian actor Ryan Gosling’s smiling face! … Continue reading
First, I am taking liberties with my self-imposed intention of only publishing two posts per week because, after all, the Olympics only happens once every four years, (give or take a year). We all know that the Games of the … Continue reading
It really doesn’t make much difference whether you’re a human dad or a Canada Goose dad … there are similar dilemmas, exasperating or even cringe-worthy moments. If you’re a dad, yep … I can see you shaking your head in … Continue reading
Wordless Wednesday – allow your photo(s) to tell the story.
I was ready to escape somewhere … anywhere … just to leave the confines of the house where I had been battling an army of little black ants for weeks. It was discouraging to see them popping up everywhere, including … Continue reading
We all enjoy a good chuckle from social media memes, tee-shirts … even bumper snickers. I’ve seen the expression used today in my headline countless times. It claims to have Southern origins as early as 1850 – 1900 and was … Continue reading