What would stop you from reading?
My sister Beth is a talented quilt maker.
This is one she gave to me for Christmas 4 years ago. I’m putting it away before it gets too much wear and tear from the cat, but I’ll miss having something so beautiful to look at. Until next year…
This site would be a whole lot bleaker/blander without the colorful paintings my friend Kyra Mills occasionally shares with me.
Here in the Midwest, our memory of Summery things can fade quickly, so dose yourself up with some butterflies!
You can see more of Kyra’s paintings if you scroll through the posts on this page.
On the way home from rowing practice this morning I came across a pair of foxes. They wouldn’t stand together for a photo, but they seemed to be having a good time.
Wildlife conservationist Kyra Mills does wonderful paintings of her favorite subjects.
Rebecca Toh’s work. Everyday elegance.
A talented friend sent this image on my birthday. I think it’s otterly beautiful.
When you turn sixty, the dad-jokes shift to otter nonsense.
Freshly painted vegetables always taste better than store-bought.
I was curious about the provenance of this photo I found unlabeled on another blog. I did a Google search where you upload a photo to try and identify it.
The image above shows up in a web search listed … the rest “Intricacy”
Annie soars over all these tracks.
AM walk. I should know what kind of flowers these are but I don’t.
“Some birds are not meant to be caged, that’s all. Their feathers are too bright, their songs too sweet and wild.”—Stephen King
Thanks to Kyra Mills for sharing her beautiful artwork.
Your colors may not blaze red in the Fall. Your shape may not represent a Platonic ideal. People may not take day trips to observe your beauty. And yet, you are still here, with as much capacity to enjoy the … the rest “Straggler”