Tag Archives: Mother’s Day

Stuck like glue.

This sweet Mama Mallard and her fuzzy duckling, (which I’d like to think are a mother/daughter combo), were paddling around Coan Lake at Heritage Park on a visit I made there last Spring. When I saw these up-close shots on … Continue reading

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If Mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy!

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

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Sentiments about Scents and Centsibilities.

If you had a dollar for every social media meme you’ve seen since this global pandemic began, you could buy yourself a very nice present. First, it was the toilet paper conundrum, followed by social distancing. Soon the meme themes … Continue reading

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Mama’s munchkins.

As Mother’s Day nears, I am always happy to discover at least one pair of Canada Geese and their brand-new goslings to spotlight for Mother’s Day weekend. I’ve generally been pretty lucky to get a few shots for that special … Continue reading

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Mom -n- Me.

Sweet memories. It has been ten long years since I threw my arms around Mom on Mother’s Day and gave her a hug and a kiss, then thanked her for being my mom, but, truth be told, I didn’t only … Continue reading

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Dust bunnies and dandelions.

There is a young man, maybe in his 20s, who has been frequenting Council Point Park lately.  Nate is a kindred spirit, who similarly enjoys the Park’s ambiance and is particularly infatuated with the squirrels and birds.   One day last … Continue reading

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A soggy Saturday, glimpses of goslings, and the robins are growing up fast.

Spring here in Southeast Michigan has really been nothing special.  May’s incessant rain has made our days dreary and dismal, with sunny days few and far between.  It has been raining since noon on Friday, sometimes torrential downpours, and off-and-on … Continue reading

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