We had a visit from a beautiful mule deer here at Little House in the Rockies this week. She wasn’t at all skittish or shy.
Frogs can and do freeze, including their hearts, and then thaw and get right back to living their everyday froggy life when it warms up. We’re doing the renewal pruning at Glover Gardens in our own efforts to get our green back.
An article in the latest issue of The Shoofly Magazine beautifully captures the seemingly oppositional characteristics of nature and our relationship with it – peaceful but unpredictable, soothing, but sometimes dangerous – and brings back memories of falling trees.
A mountaintop picnic in Colorado’s Pike National Forest sparkled with nature and pineapple mimosas.
And then, all of the sudden, it flew away, wafting on the breeze high above the cypress trees, its wings fluttering a timeless message: fear not, only believe.
The story this picture tells is the relentless march of “progress” and how we continue to eradicate nature in favor of more and more and more and MORE cement and “convenience”.
Everyone touches the world in their own way. Making my own tiny imprint through this blog, I want to write more about the gentle things in life.