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

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 […]

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 […]

A Child’s June Remembrances

Smell of bacon frying in the black cast iron skillet, grits, homemade biscuits and eggs anyway you like, served hot with butter and jelly – not jam Sunshine streamed through the window calling come outside one and all – the day promises to be long Bike or pool? – maybe both! and the smell of […]

October Morning

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 […]