Autumn Farewell meets Gratitude

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 […]

Summer breeze

blows gently while the cherry leaves fall from the tree afternoon thunderstorms fill the pond and frighten the frog ignite the flowers for one last hoorah sparklers still light up the night sky while shooting stars swish by these are a few of my favorite things disappearing in a summer breeze © Anita Adams 2020

Spring has sprung

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, […]

Earth Day – April 22nd 2020

April 22nd – Earth Day – Quarantined in the time of Cornoa VID 2020 Sounds like Star Date from Star Trek No Planes are Flying – the Sky is CLEAR during the day and night – with more stars than I can ever remember seeing except on top of the Blue Ridge Parkway Today we […]

What’s to come…

Darkness followed by daylight Work followed by breath Breath followed by sigh Sigh followed by calm Calm followed by Stillness Stillness followed by Listening Listening followed by Guidance Guidance followed by Peace ~Anita 2/2020  

Images of a Year Past

the hottest summer on record for the Appalachian mountains – 90’s in October with mosquitoes everafter now, it’s New Year’s Eve, the temperatures hover in the 60’s – where’s the white of winter – and snow covered mountains Spring was long and wet, then the heat of summer that lasted through the Fall into Winter […]