Tree Therapy always calls! This weekend was no exception – Little Switzerland where mushrooms of many colors and textures were discovered along with a crayfish and waterfall AND stones of many shapes and colors! This is paradise to me! Here’s a few photos to feast your eyes upon. Enjoy and get outdoors! ~ Anita
Where has the time gone many older people used to ask and now, I ask this as well. Looking at this blog I created oh so long ago filled with loving photographs, memories, reflections and poems. Hiking, walking, transitioning from Photographer to Writer. Finding the balance to marry the two creative outlets I most enjoy […]
The end of Januar – the beginning of Februar the earth is wet, the trees are beginning to bud, irises are up spring is attempting to arrive yet, it’s too early for Appalachia how can some think that climate change is not real? I have no answer to this question. It’s so obvious to me […]
life springs forth from the trunk of a tree seed planted water added sunshine worms rain mud roots sprout a tree is born roots hold tight trunk forms wind blows as branches and leaves grow from the earth a tree grows ©Anita Adams 1/2019
a visit abroad brought lots of sights smells and delights one was this tree discovered upon the grounds of the Adare Manor in the country of Limerick ©Anita Adams
Summer is upon us and the air is heavy with the smell of honeysuckle the night sky full of fireflies mosquitoes by the pond – a meal for the frogs days are long and full of everything one can do tonight it’s just me and you happy summer © Anita Adams 2018
Using the Amherst Writers & Artists method. Providing a safe environment for writers to express themselves using a variety of prompts. Open to women ages 18 & up. Asheville, NC area. July 2017
A. Adams has been a writer since the age of 10. Currently working on her first book and a book of poetry.
I’ve found much joy in sharing this method with others and discovered my own voice as well.
If you feel Called to Write – join me. Class size is limited.
As 2016 closed, and all that it brought with it was finally going to be left in the past – separate from the unknown of the 2017, – I paused to look at back on what had transpired in my life, and what I was grateful for in 2016: Love of a man named Steve […]
What am I grateful for today – November 11th? A home Electricity Food Employment Art Music Freedom of Expression Faith Prayer Colors Green and Blue Photography Hiking and Walking Traveling Kindness of Others Love and Smiles Peaceful Moments Writing Laughing out Loud Miracles Children Friendship
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 […]