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Summer Memories Before The Fall

My backyard early one morning in June before fire season started. “Every time I imagine a garden in an architectural setting, it turns into a magical place. I think of gardens I have seen, that I believe I have seen, … Continue reading

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Nature In Action

While driving down a side street in our small town, I stumbled upon this fawn family. I was so excited they didn’t move when I stopped to take their picture, my hands shook, just a little. Save Save

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Roses and Sky

I’m off this week to a writer’s conference. Have a wonderful weekend. Keep on writing. Fannie Save

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Raindrops on Roses

Summer rain brings summer roses. A Gemini ready to burst, its sweet fragrance fills the air. Climbing roses intertwine with clematis. They glow in the cloudy gloom of an early morning shower. Save Save Save Save

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June-uary?

There is a common saying in Western Washington (U.S. state not Capital), summer doesn’t arrive until July 5th. We refer to June as June-uary. A moment in a long ago January when winter arrived with a sugary blanket, coating a … Continue reading

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Accidental Encounters

Accidental encounters . . . Some friends of ours visited from the Midwest a few years ago. One of them never experienced wild life beyond citified raccoons. We put them in the car and moseyed two states over and visited … Continue reading

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A Snail not a Buffalo

The Pandora in my mind played Nenah Cherry’s Buffalo Stance this week to the point of distraction. It took an actual America Buffalo to distract her. Which leads to this week’s post. February 20th is only 4 days away. The … Continue reading

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