“It would be so nice if something made sense for a change.” Alice…in Wonderland
If we want to survive these very precedented times, we’d do well to look to those who’ve gone before us.
I love redbuds. They are the first trees to bloom in my area, so they’re this beautiful pop of color in the dying days of winter. I also love them because they are very easy to identify, and as a wannabe naturalist, my identification skills are not very good. Actually, they’re miserable. After “oaks have […]
I am an ever-hopeful, ever-failing gardener. In fact, I don’t so much garden as fight a losing battle with nature. Despite my perennial failure, one plant I have been successful at growing is rosemary. Tiny victories! The name rosemary comes from the Latin rosmarinus through the French rosemarine, meaning dew of the sea, probably because it’s native to coastal […]
Like many people, I stumble upon a lot fun, touching, or interesting things online, which I often share for other people to enjoy. (I also stumble across a lot of outrage, but I’m trying to get away from sharing most of that. It seems the world is mad enough without my encouragement.) But I’ve noticed […]
There’s just something fun about that name. Interestingly, with those three names to choose from, he went with Camille. That wouldn’t have been my choice, but he’s the famous artist, so what do I know? The aforementioned Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot is the artist in the Ambleside rotation this term. He was a French painter who lived a […]
I’ve been watching reports of bluebonnet sightings slowly move north throughout Texas. I knew when I started seeing pictures from Waco, the day would soon be here. On Sunday, I saw my first glimpse of the lovely flower on my way to church. Today, we visited the local nature preserve with MTG’s family who are […]
Have you ever gone to the grocery store for milk and eggs and come home with a dozen bags, none of which contain milk and your eggs are crushed? Maybe those bags are full of good, useful, needed things, but you still have no milk and cracked eggs. This year we have added a great […]
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Our Tuesday appointments are over for the summer. Happy dance! Don’t waste your summer. Embrace boredom! Have a 70s summer! Or not. Is eating fruits and vegetables good for you? Ultimately, who cares? “Life is for living.” So what can eating watermelons cialis properien http://regencygrandenursing.com/post-acute-sub-acute-care/comprehensive-wound-care do for erectile dysfunction and how methods such as penis […]
As I drove home from church, past wildflowers and longhorns and strip malls, I found myself singing this hymn. I love being able to get into nature, away from concrete and congestion, but that’s a special treat that happens only a few times throughout the year. I live in an urban area, in the close-in […]
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