- Linda Schaub
- Hmm … why is only one knob rusty? #Wordless Wednesday #Someone forgot to use Rust-Oleum!
- It was a bloomin’ good time!
- #Sunshine on my shoulders, er … shell makes me happy. #Wordless Wednesday #Sunbathing beauties at Council Point Park.
- Log jam.
- #Pickin’ and grinnin’. #Wordless Wednesday #Morning Ablution.
- Linda Schaub
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Tag Archives: Flowers
#Wordless Wednesday – allow your photo(s) to tell the story.
… but you could have fooled me, as we’ve had a very warm weather week and temps will climb to 80 F (26 C) today! Last Saturday, on the last weekend of Summer, I added two layers of clothing and … Continue reading
In a recent post, I alluded to my forays into the various gardens at Heritage Park during a morning spent meandering around that venue. You may recall I visited the Taylor Conservatory Botanical Gardens and Goodwill Gardens. It was a … Continue reading
[No, it’s not what you think, but the expression “a riot of color” is apropos to these colorful blooms amidst the bleak days we are muddling through now, between the COVID-19 pandemic and the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder.] Not … Continue reading
In a four-season state, unless you are a Winter sports enthusiast, are fearless of driving in the ice and snow, or think that frigid air is invigorating, the advent of Winter is not a welcome thought. In my mind, there … Continue reading
“If you’re going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair. If you’re going to San Francisco, you’re gonna meet some gentle people there.” [“San Francisco” written by John Phillips, of The Mamas and the Papas … Continue reading
Summer is flitting on by and I believe I have spent this entire season trying to “catch a tiger by the tail” as that expression goes. I feel like I’ve flitted from one work project or house disaster to another, … Continue reading
I am often scrambling around to get going in the morning. I hit the snooze button a few too many times and even the lure of a steaming cup of Joe and my oatmeal (maybe not as enticing as that … Continue reading
My favorite season is Fall, with Spring coming in a close second. I love the Autumn colors and decor, the return of “pumpkin everything” and even that wee nip in the air necessitating adding extra clothing. However, for me, Autumn … Continue reading