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Day 137

Today I am grateful for gardens.

The picture above is my view for the evening. I’m house sitting for some dear friends this week. So, after my daily task of watering, I’m taking advantage of the lovely, cool spring weather and relaxing in their garden. 203 more words


WideEyedFunk Progenitor is Also WideEyed Over Spring

*Guest written by WideEyedMom from her home in central Virginia.

“When we left for Florida last week there were little peeping buds of pale chartreuse on the trees and a smoking yellow mist at the tops.  78 more words


An Evening Garden

Friday night, and you’ve been out after work for a few drinks with friends. The terrace is dark when you get home, but the moon between the clouds casts shadows so bright you stop and stare at them for a while. 328 more words

Three Pears

Standing out against the leafy background, these three pears glow. There is something simply beautiful about them that catches my heart.

Digital Art

Tis the season of growth.

Happy Arbor Day!
Here at Miss Amy’s we have planted several saplings. Pictured, you can see from left to right; Washington Hawthorn, American Redbud and Sargent Crabapple. 568 more words

Look ma, plants and shakshuka!

Bonjour Bonsoir tout le monde! Yesterday was pretty average- stayed in bed, blogged, ate some ice cream,  obsessively watched my stats-(Hey Family, Friends, and the new peeps- Canada and Israel!) I also made a pretty great and fucking spicy shakshuka (I made this for you, Israel) with feta and watched Netflix while eating it: 1,124 more words

American In Paris