Monthly Archives: September 2020

Be like a turtle

This year the canal seemed to have a lot more turtles than I’ve seen over the past three years. The other day, this duo was sunning themselves on a log, probably warming themselves after the close-to-freezing temps the night before. … Continue reading

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Letting Go

This late-summer bloom brings a bit of color to the fading greens prevalent as daylight hours wane.  Want to or not, we have to let it go. Sometimes it’s hard letting go.  Yet we know that release will bring other … Continue reading

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A New Birth

For years I had a “Moses in the Cradle” plant that grew so abundantly, I gave pieces away every time I cut it back. But then my mama plant died, leaving me without any for years. I never thought I’d … Continue reading

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Backyard Birds

I’m so fortunate to live where I do, with the Lehigh Canal literally in my back yard! I’ve got blue heron, eagles, geese, ducks, blue birds, woodpeckers…and so much more. This blue heron decided to grace me with his/her presence … Continue reading

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