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Your Summer ’15 Fruit Salad Looks Like This Now

There is something lovely about seeing the first blush of a splashing sweet peach, a tart apple, a sweet soft pear. In late August, when my chin is sticky from a Palisade Peach, I’ll remember how it began. The Grand Valley in western Colorado is in full, glorious bloom. Here’s the evidence, taken just days […]

Over ~ May



January’s send-off February’s final bow March’s farewell April’s adieu

(I do this because it’s fun for me. That’s all.)

Your feet go skipping

In kindergarten, I learned this song.

The air is warm and the sky is blue, The leaves are green-yellow because they are new! Your feet go skipping and birds all sing, The whole world is happy because it is Spring.

Haven’t they proven you never forget what you learned in kindergarten? This year, Spring […]