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Well, I missed a whole season...

I am back! Back in November, I started my first real adult job in the real adult world. After a few months of teaching the tiny humans I am finally getting into the groove of it all (with two months left to spare). 146 more words

BAGUIO (an introduction)

I have always dreamt of going to Baguio. The cold climate was the real deal of this place because  it is the only city in the Philippines where you can experience such climate. 106 more words


Dahlias (A to Z Challenge)

These are my favorite flowers in a garden or bouquet and the prettiest Dahlias in my opinion are the purple ones.  The purple flowers are tied to royalty, pride, success, accomplishment and admiration. 411 more words

A-to-Z Challenge

Signs of Spring

Yesterday was the vernal equinox, the first official day of spring. Usually at this time of year, the first sign of spring is the sound of snow melting off the roof under the influence of the season’s stronger sun and longer days. 176 more words


Tomatoes in a cooler climate..

Growing my tomatoes in a cooler climate has been a real learning curve.. and a good one.

Further to my previous posts on this subject – it’s been almost 2 months since I last posted about the tomatoes.. 505 more words


A Mild November: GBBD, November 2015

November in Maine has a well-deserved reputation as the least desirable month of the year. It is typically cold, wet and raw. Last year, I wrote that… 383 more words


An Autumnal Spring..

Well it seems I disappeared or at least the past month did.. Wow, that went fast!

Life has been full here on the tablelands and Spring has been much more like Autumn this year, except for the notable additions of new baby birds, learning to fly and new little faces of the calves around about. 118 more words