Lady in Green
By Leslie Noyes
sitting all alone in a bistro at noon, she was beautifully wrinkled, a smile for the ages.
Similarly alone, yet slightly less wrinkled, I claimed a seat in a nearby booth. 162 more words
When I garden, I find myself gardening for the enjoyment of others as well as for myself. I think it’s something we all do — no matter if your garden is a collection of pots on a terrace or a sidewalk-hugging border or acres of formal beds, our gardens are an opportunity for someone walking by or stopped at a red light to take a moment to breathe. 522 more words
The possibility of talking to animals has tickled popular imaginations for years, and with good reason. Who wouldn’t want to live in a Dr. Dolittle world where we could understand what our pets and animal neighbors are saying? 1,343 more words