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Twofer Tuesday: Western Meadowlark edition

One of the very best things about running on the trails in June is the Western Meadowlark companionship. They’re all over the open space, perched on yucca or rabbit brush. 61 more words

Twofer Tuesday: Tulip edition

Today’s post is brought to you by people who no longer live here. The first tulip was planted by former neighbors, but not when we were gardening side-by-side. 55 more words

Twofer Tuesday: The Signage Edition

A while back I blogged about discovering the perfect sign for the times. I went ahead and ordered two (in case one got stolen OR someone was keen to add a sign to their own yard). 73 more words

Two-fer Tuesday:  Words That Aren't Words

It is Two-fer Tuesday, which is the day I offer you two of something, where one would have been more than sufficient. ¬†And since two-fer isn’t actually a word, I thought I’d share with you two other words that are not really words, but that are widely used (at least here in Texas and throughout the Deep South). 285 more words


Twofer Tuesday: lounge lizards

Marcel up top, watching me closely while Loki, down below, does his best impression of a narcoleptic. A much better photographer than me would be able to balance the harsh sunlight with the white fur and black fur. 47 more words

Twofer Tuesday: Monarch Butterfly edition

When I was in Florida visiting my mother last October, we took many walks around her community. On one of those walks, I spotted the familiar orange-and-black-and-white markings of a Monarch Butterfly. 131 more words

Twofer Tuesday

For your avian pleasure, may I offer a House Finch and Dark-eyed Junco . . .