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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: Turtles
Time to fête the fathers in our life for their special day. My Mother’s Day post was all about Mama Goose – first, her nest brimming with eggs and then her five sweet goslings. How could I top that? And … Continue reading
The rain arrived right as I was ready to head out the door for my walk – nice timing Mother Nature! So, I had another cup of coffee and piddled around waiting for the rain to stop so I could … Continue reading
But, there is no rhyme or reason to this season. I listened to the weather before my morning departure – 55 degrees F (13 C), so I dressed for 55 degrees. The weatherman even said it was coolish out due … Continue reading
Well, despite Parker’s antics that I described in detail yesterday, I did not don a disguise after all. Instead, the high dew points and humidity made me subtract clothing – I shed two layers and I was still warm. Slowly, … Continue reading
Sunny … yet sad. After a few days of dreary and drizzly weather, today was a real winner. In the past 16 years, it seems as if it has rained on this day, or been gray and gloomy, so I … Continue reading
… finally, the rain and heat took a hike. I hurried out of the house as soon as it was light outside. But, I opened the door to a mottled-looking sky and immediately thought “not this again” as it sure … Continue reading
… and the kids let out a collective cheer – the parents not so much, especially the moms. I remember how good it felt on that last day of school, knowing that ten weeks stretched before you, with no … Continue reading
Among my bucket list items, is to visit New England to view the Fall foliage, and, if I took that trip, I would be known as a “leaf peeper”. But, I’m already a leaf peeper and … I freely admit … Continue reading