The sunset made my heart beat faster

As I walked out to the car at 5:30 p.m. to drive for a Valentine’s Day dinner with my dear wife Karen, I noticed this beautiful sunset in our Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville. I figured the evening was off to a pretty and proper start. Right I was. Advertisements

The dusting

What is one way that winter in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville can wear you down? When it seems that you can’t remember how many days in a row you had to brush off the cars. And run the shovel along the front walk. I think of it as another darn dusting. But it sure…

That’s our pile

Winter continues in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville, and thank you, plow guy. There’s really just a single space in the driveway of A Bitty Better for the plow to leave it. I figured garbage day would bring the size of the pile to light. Our pail is, oh, four-feet high.

Blue sky down to the lake

I do not get tired of looking down the road from A Bitty Better in our Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville in different seasons, times of day, weather situations. I look down toward Onondaga Lake, and like it.

The flat-top look

Yes, my mind wanders during a winter walk in the blocks surrounding A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville. I spot a set of snow-covered hedges, and I wonder … … do they look more like a cool set of drums or a group of friends who all have the same haircut? Or…

Whatever floats yours

In the summer, my neighbor near A Bitter Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville throws a tarp over his boat. In the winter, there’s no hiding his colorful little craft.