Last year, I had a perfect record of late or nonexistent entries into the 2016 Photo Challenge hosted by some awesome blog buddies of mine. Aran Artisan, Sandra and Cathy. They were nice enough to invite me to play again this year in the One a Week Photo Challenge. This week's (probably actually last week's,... Continue Reading →
Autumn in New England is a grand thing. The cold nights drive the bugs back to the depths of the hienus hell bogs from whence they came. That in itself, would be reason to celebrate but as an added bonus (or just nature's apology for the summer's unreasonable humidity,) the mountains and valleys transform into living... Continue Reading →
When you are a student, the word summer is synonyms with freedom. At least it was for me. My last day of Kindergarten I thought, "Ok, cool. That was fun. Thank god it's over! Back to real life." Then came the next fall's rude awakening; this whole 'school thing' was no glitch. Apparently, it was going to be a serious... Continue Reading →
Snow turns to rain but winter is unwilling to let its prisoners go, the bitting cold guilds the land. A new day shines forth. Morning sun hugs new-grown shoots and buds in silver light. Moments of frozen intention hang pregnant in their place, the yard covered in pixie dust and diamonds. Springtime in Maine.