Please take a moment and check this out! We are having a blizzard today, so I’m fortunate to be nice and warm inside. To my excitement, as i scroll along on my iPad, what a better morning to discover an amazing Instagram Videography/photography site. I’m enjoying watching these videos while a blizzard is happening outside.Continue reading “Fantastic Views”
2022 will be here within hours, as I write this post. As most of us look back over the year 2021, one phase pops out – We made It! However, many didn’t, such a bitter sweet ending. I am going to share the positive while respecting the sadness many experienced this year. As many ofContinue reading “Within Hours”
Well there is one thing I know for sure and that is I firmly believe the sun will rise again tomorrow. With that belief, I can attempt to plan an amazing day among the coronavirus-19 environment that lurks within our world. In the distance I can hear the church bells ring. I’m not sure whatContinue reading “One Thing I Know…”
Hi folks! I’m located in the eastern part of the United States. Yes, we are experiencing the shift of our daily lives as we once knew it. I truly believe the Coronavirus-19 will temporarily change our lives. Is there a new norm – absolutely! However; we are strong and can make it though this periodContinue reading “Stay Strong”
Hi Everyone! It’s been awhile sinced i posted on my blog. Today is a new day and I wanted to share my short video with you – my intent is to inspire you to find happiness!
This you tube video is so interesting. Watch and experience how someone grafted a 40 Variety Fruit tree at http://www.youtube.com/watch (leave site).
I just had to share with you… My friend, Bill, sent me this picture. Bill comments, “If u view close u can see Dragonfly drying wings in breeze. These are interesting insects. Wings are very delicate, gossamer thin, segmented.”
hi Everyone – I’m passing along this information so I can show my support to Pollinator Partnership efforts and it is Pollinator Week! here is my space that I thought I register but then I have other spaces also that I like. Maybe I’ll just share with you my readers for now. Happy Pollinator WeekContinue reading “Plant Pollinator Week”
In celebration of Pollinator Week, I found this app that works within your zip code. It is amazing to help identify plants. I’m not benefitting from this share – our future generations will. BeeSmart TM Pollinator Gardener App – Plant a garden that butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees will love as much as you! Get yourContinue reading “Pollinator Week”
Where I grew up, there was one type of landscape that appeared in many of the neighbors’ yards – the grape barber. However, today when I google the term, Grape Arbor appears more often than grape barber. Back in the day, many of our neighbors had the grape barber located right outside their backyard door.Continue reading “Grape Barber”
So this has been the best year for cold weather crops. I’ve been picking lettuce, scallions, and kale for the past month. It’s wonderful the return you get back for a little effort up front. I do use my own soil mixture combined with a bit of commercial soil brand. The results reveal success, soContinue reading “Hobbit Greenhouse”
Hi Everybody! The other day while walking about my backyard, I saw something that flew in FAST…then it flew away just as FAST! I was puzzled about what it could be. So I went inside and sat by the window with my camera and look what it was— a beautiful hummingbird! According to my source,Continue reading “Hummingbird – Can you See Him?”
I am so excited to have found a spot in our home to view the Finches. I arranged a café style table with a few chairs in front of the big window. No matter what the temp is outside, we can view the Finches and even take pictures of them. Our room design feels likeContinue reading “Hello to The Finches”
Earth Day Network is asking people to join our Protect our Species campaign.We aim to build and activate a global movement that embraces nature and its values. Source: Earth Day 2019 | Protect Our Species
Rein in Storm Water with a Rain Garden – Garden.org — Read on garden.org/learn/articles/view/3956/ I thought this was a great idea—so in case you did not see to read here you go…