to get up in the morning to make coffee – with honey, cream and cinnamon – I call it dessert in a cup – mmmm to look at anything – an ant, a tree, a flower, weeds, a stone, the wind – with your senses life has been challenging – therefore, deep I must reach […]
Farewell to the leaves of Spring the new ones who were just babes a few months ago have burst into colours of red, yellow, and orange returning to the earth – to compost – until next spring when they will come back again and if we’re lucky, we’ll be there to wish them happy birthday […]
and with it so has the pollen, followed by lots of rain what beautiful lush green is everything – the grass, the cherry tree’s leaves, the moss in the pond and the irises stems, the large quantities of mint and a rhododendron bush that exploded with pink blossoms our pond with its frogs and lilies, […]
Spring arrived after the snowfall and rime ice. It called to all come play come play. Get your bikes, boats, walking sticks, and hiking boots or tennis shoes and see what I have on display.
The winter has left me fatigued with colds and flu what a beating on one’s body and psyche to endure one afternoon in between the cold and flu an walk was scheduled with a friend to visit the Biltmore Estate Conservatory where a multitude of flowers were in bloom an afternoon where a glimpse of […]
October has almost passed us by. The winds are stirring. The leaves are falling. The colours still brilliant Orange, Red, Yellow and Russet Autumn now Fall. ©Anita Adams
The sun has not risen; I peer out the Window to see the stars flickering high above in the darkness; The house is quiet and cool; My mind wanders in this moment and to the day ahead; A hike awaits – Somewhere in the Western North Carolina Mountains. The Fall foliage is beginning to peak and […]
The Power of Visual Healing. Incredible #Art #MovingArt from #LouieSchwartzberg
I’ve always wanted to see the Grand Canyon. This year was the year. I went with my daughter on a plane, a coach, a helicopter and a pontoon boat. As we flew 4,000′ into the West Rim of the Canyon by helicopter….tears began to form. It is majestic! Here’s a photo of the amazing view.
It’s been a long Winter, however, I do believe Spring is finally here! I’ve heard several people complain about the Winter we’ve had… I love all of the seasons… so I am grateful for each one. It’s wonderful watching the birds sing, the flowers bloom, and the big blue sky with occasional clouds passing by. […]