The latest wildlife adventure for terrific daughter Elisabeth and sensational significant George Three brought them up close to penguins. I think they are very cute. And their special talents? They use their feet to paint. Thank you so much for going out safely and sharing, you adventurous pair.
My take on those scribbled words on the bottom of a discarded table in the parking lot of a neighborhood building: The writer never thought they’d be seen in the light, outdoors, someday, any day, far in the future. This place used to be school, so I’ll turn the old saying into: Never write something…
At the Corning Museum of Glass, they don’t just set up exhibits and let you go on your way. Every few hours, theaters open for live demonstrations from master glass makers. Our first allowed us to experience how glass went from oven to gob to a hollow vase. A lot of work went into this…
The newly spiffed up business/residence combo in the heart of the Village of Liverpool boasts a new color. It seems to go well with the changing leaves of autumn, yes?
Cherished rescue dog Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle and I came upon an elegant seasonal display during our safe walk around the blocks of our neighborhood. We found it perfect for sharing on this Halloween morning. If you’re venturing out with little ones to gather treats, please take that abundance of caution to stay safe.
It is time for our neighborhood supermarket Nichols to make sure we know they are all in. The pumpkins were more plentiful than the mums outside of the Village of Liverpool store.
On a recent safe walk around the blocks of our neighborhood, cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle and I spotted a grounded flock of geese. More often we spot them a few miles down the road on the shores of Onondaga Lake rather than this grassy spot stuck in the midst of three…
The purple climber in the backyard is still blooming, still reaching for greater things. I am surprised and gladdened by its spirit.
Our cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle searches for the key to keep good things in our backyard during this month of October. I hope this pretty sunrise counts in her book, too.
Across the way, the formerly brilliantly red tree is nearing the end of this season’s cycle. It still attracts my attention as early October moves toward the middle.