After a sudden downpour yesterday, Dad and I took a walk and everywhere we turned, mushrooms and toadstools had popped up on the forest floor. So magical.
Ants on sunflower Kale worm Yes. I am sharing my kale with worms. Central Indiana is having a terrible drought and a stint of above 100 degree weather. Our well has faithfully provided us with water, a true test to its depth. We are blessed. I’ve noticed how the wild animals in our yard areContinue reading “A bug’s life.”
I’ve been watching a couple of Eastern Bluebirds in my yard since spring. Against the backdrop of my neighbor’s barn, they’ve built their home inside a rustic gray bird house nailed against an ancient power pole. I watched as they worked days and days on end bringing back scraps of bark and twigs and string. Continue reading “To hear a bird song”
This guy is my dad. I get to spend the 4th of July with him (and my mom, brother and sister-in-law too.) He got a discount on his coffee at McDonald’s today because of what that hat represents. He’s a veteran and there was a time when he caught flack for that. It means aContinue reading “That Guy”