May the sunrises continue to dry up what winter left behind in our backyards.
The clock change for spring fits cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle just fine. She chooses to stay outside on her side alcove futon way after dinner time. In the daylight. No need to call her in.
My terrific daughter Elisabeth has been wonderfully excited about a birth in the Madison County side of her family tree. Out in the barn has come a new calf. She shared photos of the beautiful new arrival via text. Mama is proud, respectful, and caring to her baby, Elisabeth reports. She also wanted to provide…
I smiled at this photo texted to me by my dear wife Karen. She took off on a pre-work shopping spree in Schenectady, her latest location as a traveling central sterile technician in the medical field. They’d arrive with her after a Friday shift, she noted. Win-win, as I like to say.
It is nice to see other early-morning scene-seekers as I take a pre-work visit to the path next to the Onondaga Lake Marina.
The next season will be summer. I know, I won’t rush it.
Cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle decided round two of outside time on Wednesday morning did not merit a dash around her backyard. She chose to relax on the back deck to take in the gorgeous sunrise just above her eye level.
Letting cherished rescue mutt Elllie B aka Dogamous Pyle out the back door for her second gotta-escape Wednesday morning led me to race for my iPhone 8. Thank you for these eye-opening colors, this particularly striking striding-toward-the-end-of-March sunrise.
The bench and picnic tables at the Onondaga Lake Marina look inviting as the seasons roll over. Thirty minute lunch break from the library, and I always pack mine before I leave home in the morning … We’ll seen when the temperature come 12:30 p.m. on a weekday cracks 70 by a good bit.
Walking around the Onondaga Lake Marina before work, I see the boat slips, the still water and dream of busy months ahead.