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Beneath us a persistence, a resilience, an unwavering need to grow, move forward, live. And from that pulse, sprout over root, leaf over sprout, climbing up and out, there is strength and beauty.
Waffles with red, white, and blue for our breakfast this morning. (Sorry but no pictures of the waffles, I was too busy eating.) May you have a safe, smart, and cheerful 4th!
Happy (First) Fur Friday! I’m going to start a weekly Fur Friday theme to my blog. I do not have a solid idea what this will entail other than it will have something to do with our menagerie of animals. … Continue reading
I expect it from my teenager, but not from my husband.
The rounded purple flower was cut from our vegetable garden from our onion chive plant. I’m not sure what type of bush the other purple flowers hail from, but I rather like them. The old microscope we found in Husband’s … Continue reading
Front yard, backyard. Pictures from within our safe space. Why is it that “front yard” is two words, but “backyard” is one? I find it rather bothersome.
Sasha, lovin’ life as only a dog can.
Eighty degrees on a Sunday morning. Husband is gone on his yearly trip to the Reno air races. The boys and I head off to the Desert Botanical Gardens, (admittedly, there was some grumbling for they wanted the Science Center … Continue reading
Yesterday we celebrated Summer Pie Day. It is not a real holiday but one made up and eagerly anticipated by our family (and dare I say, friends). Simply, we invite family and friends to come over with a homemade pie … Continue reading
Blooms at the Botanical Garden; a great way to start a Saturday. Boys, bikes, and balls as we head to our neighborhood park; a great way to start a Sunday.