Winter Wonderland

Snow didn’t come as often in the town I grew up in. Of course, when I was a child, there seemed to be snow (and snow days) all the time. One memorable year, we left school for Christmas break in December and didn’t come back to school until February because of all the snow. My […]

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Harvest

My husband took this picture while he was out. Fall harvest is upon us.

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Bee-utiful

On a nice fall day, even the bees want to come out to enjoy the flowers.

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Twisted Branches

Photo by Ashley French. Some lines don’t grow straight. Photo Challenge: Twisted

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Smooth Like Glass

Photo taken by Ashley French Photo Challenge: Liquid

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Otherworldly.

Morning fog can make us feel a little out of this world.

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To Just Live in the World.

Sometimes I wonder what it means to live fully in the world that I’m in. Does it mean going out and traveling the world, to see the people and places that have never been discovered? Does it mean to be politically active in a society with conflicting and polarizing opinions? Does it mean to be […]

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Pretty Strong Women.

This week has been busy for me and I haven’t been at my iPad to sit down and write. I could have done some writing on my phone, I suppose, but the screen is small and trying to type up a blog post is not that great, you know? I went to see a small […]

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Thoughts on The Call of the Wild.

I finished reading Jack London’s The Call of Wild Wednesday or Thursday. It’s just over 200 pages long, yet still a very good story. So here’s the premise: Buck is a large St. Bernard/Newfoundland type of dog. He lives a life of luxury in California with the Judge and his family. He went hunting and […]

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