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visiting bluebells

visiting bluebells –

curling up beneath the oak

 rifle cartridge

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Poems

Counting Blessings

When I count my blessings,

One of them is you.

May joy light your way,

And love fill your heart.

Take care and peace be with you. 28 more words

Nature

when life is simpler than our political views . . . .

“The major problem—one of the major problems, for there are several—one of the many major problems with governing people is that of whom you get to do it; or rather of who manages to get people to let them do it to them.  57 more words

Musings . . .

Titchfield and surrounds - United Kingdom

Been on some grand adventures today with Tania, who is a long lost distant relative of mine (My grandmothers, cousins daughter). They live on a property on which they farm strawberries, pumpkins, other foods, and an array of flowers all depending on the season. 661 more words

Travel

Mints

My ears are listening to rain.

Raindrops are beautiful.

Hand cramp is coming back again, yes?

We are on the way to the beach but it’s cold and raining so that i doubt that it would be a great time. 384 more words

Bluebells, pink bells, white bells… and a whole rainbow of tulips!

As we race through Spring, the daffodils and violets have given way to tulips and bluebells. These are not the delicately drooping, deep blue English bluebells, but the rather showy Spanish ones, which have sturdy, more upright flowers in pastel shades of blue, pink and white. 103 more words

Tikorangi Notes: Sunday October 9, 2016

 I vowed I would complete The Mission of the 78 Azaleas in July.  I am almost there, which is to say I am down to the last two plants needing a home. 807 more words

Tikorangi: The Jury Garden