join the WriteOut sponsored by the National Writing Project and the National Park Service to get outside and observe the spaces around you,
listen to each other
be the helper
be part of something good
Autumn leaves and cold days remind me how thankful I am for the sweet summer days before and the family gatherings ahead in the holidays.
Photo taken in 2010 on my way to work: a dusting of snowfall and a blanket of soft mist, all shining gloriously in the sun. I stopped in awe and thanks.
Gold Cheek Warbler
white doesn’t print– it will turn to black
a nature appreciation picture
What seasonal changes display in your neighborhood?
An invitation to have some fun with dots and words!
Behold below blue Smokey sky, the golden stalks Of harvested wheat. Reflect curiosity and wonder — Go boldly and scatter seeds of kindness…
mom made her favorite jelly from them; she used a lot of sugar, but it was delicious.
Lovely to look at
These green beings sprouting up
Like us: together.
Look how the art on the piano repeats the sidewalk rectangles
Why use the space on the sign with the word “POSTED” when the important message is below?
Thank you, Kevin, for the love poetry– it touches the heart in so many ways!
Trees: the air I breathe and shade I need and the beauty for me to se