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My experiences are slowly adding to the short story that is my life.
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On May 1st the shrubs and a couple of trees got a much-needed trimming. This Magnolia tree — planted too close to the house — got a pretty good trim . . . I noticed something after the landscapers left … Continue reading
So, I was off-grid for the month of April but even before that, I did very little writing and very little photography, and most of what I done did wuz with the phone thingamajiggy. . . . but not exclusively … Continue reading
Last we visited Disperser’s back yard, the swallows were more interested in the bluebird box than the tank-like Disperser-constructed tree swallows nest box. By the way, if one is interested in building their own nest boxes, this site not only … Continue reading
Birds . . . it’s almost as if I had forgotten about them. Not so, dear readers, not so. Herein is the proof. Once again, I warn new readers . . . this be a long post. If you’re not … Continue reading
No, I’ve not left the blogosphere to its own devices. I just figured it would do fine for a few days even without my paltry contribution. Better, even. So, what have I been doing? Well, for one thing, prepping this … Continue reading
As I sit here listening to the wind blow, and watching snow swirling about, I think back to a time long ago, when I stood on my deck in shorts and short sleeves, sipping coffee, and watching all the birds in … Continue reading
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