Reflecting on life as it relates to trees and their life cycle. Living life gratefully.
Planting Maple Tree, Heirloom Tomatoes, Squash and Eggplant Watching the baby leaves as they birth out on the Redbud Tree and Buckeye’s Red Berry blossoms Purple and White bearded Irises they dot the back yard while St. Francis stands watch over the pond Smiling at the songs of the BlueJays and Cardinals and the Mockingbirds […]
Spring 2020 was quite different than Spring 2021, there were no planes, very little traffic by car, no trains or buses to speak of and the skies were robin egg blue. The earth grew quiet with a stillness that allowed one to hear the whispers of the Creator within and the Earth’s sigh as if […]
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 […]
colours of the leaves trees show off their best colours red, orange, yellow sometimes all on the same leaf I believe this is a magical leaf one with every color – green, yellow, orange and red – amazing! What do you like about Autumn?
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
Late July Gardens flourish Dragonflys fly Sunflowers stand tall and shine Summer rains fill the rivers and streams Rainbows close the day
the longest day of the year warm weather clouds of different colors honeysuckle vines and roses sound of the river kayaking hiking snaps picnics and sparklers! © Anita Adams
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, […]
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 […]