We have had record-setting weather this winter, but the cold temperatures might finally be coming to an end. The ice queen is holding out during the warm-up, but she seems to be getting with the ice-loss program this week. I was able to resume my longer walk route on Monday and Tuesday, when it was […]
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Fall is making its entrance, and the warm weather has people predicting that the leaves wonâ€™t stay on trees very long. Recently I basked in the glorious sunshine that cast a special vibrant glow on the trees. I love the three-toned trees this time of year. I am surprised to still see butterflies fluttering and […]
This week I am taking a break in a cabin, so you get some angel-bombs today. We strolled to the lake and hung out for a few minutes. Trees are blossoming. You can see the bloomy creations this inspired at Saturday’s Shop Local Fair atÂ Sauganash Elementary School (6040 N Kilpatrick in Chicago) from 9 am […]
When there are no words, nature soothes us with its golden beauty. Here’s to perspective, hope in the good, and the land of Spare Oom.
Itâ€™s still wire bending time in the studio, but I did have a chance to stroll by the lake during two balmy weekends. Yesterday’s snow flurries remind us it is still winter, but for a moment Spring was real! At least the queen’s crown is melting off. Within a week the treeÂ trimmers came by. […]