How can a safe stroll that includes a stretch in the Village of Liverpool when the sun is shining be rocky?
With the white tree blooming at the corner a few paces from my job at the library, I note the peaceful look.
This weekend past was the hurrah statement for our frontyard dogwood. Cheers to the start of May.
The held the Crawfish Festival at the Syracuse Inner Harbor on Saturday. It was very different than the rollicking parties my dear wife Karen and I have attended in Clinton Square before COVID-19 wiped everything out for 2020. No live music. No beer tents. No impromptu dancing. Yes to a food truck rodeo to join…
During a recent work break at the library, I looked across Second Street. A pink tree was blooming in beautiful fashion. It was a short trot across the street to capture the sight that makes me so happy in April.
They are doing much work on the Town of Salina offices on my street. While walking our cherished rescue mutt Ellie B, we notice that the spring flowers don’t care.
Alongside the side fence in our backyard, up comes a yellow tulip, too. I’m thinking more to come.
Watching cherished rescue mutt Ellie B do her thing after my work shift at the library, I note in the backyard two popping tulips.
While waiting to secure tickets for May 4th opening day, I strolled over to the brick sections outside of NBT Bank Stadium. Elisabeth’s fantastic gift has been added to the lovely fan section. Thank you, dear daughter! We will visit our brick and smile every game we attend, I am sure.
Ticket Trade-in Day for the Syracuse Mets started at 10 a.m. one day last week. I received permission from my boss at the library to report in late. I had the four tabletop seats from last season’s canceled opening day still sitting in my dresser. George Three had a coupon book of unused vouchers for…