#AtoZChallenge – R is for Red Flowers in My Garden

Red is the primary color in my garden this week. Much to my delight, I discovered we have a tall red amaryllis that I knew about (pictured here) and a short one that… Continue reading

#AtoZChallenge – Q is for Quilt

I had intended to post a picture of one of the quilts my mother-in-law gave me, ones that either she and her mother or her mother-in-law and her mother (I don’t know if… Continue reading

#AtoZChallenge – P is for Peanut

The neighborhood squirrels love the peanut bowl at the base of our sweetgum tree. We provide peanuts. They provide us with entertainment. For more on this challenge, go here.

#AtoZChallenge – O is for Ocean

In celebration of #NationalParkWeek the pups and I took a trip to Canaveral National Seashore. (In case you missed it, free admission to U.S. National Parks all week!) Here it is. Pups are… Continue reading

#AtoZChallenge – N is for National Park Week

Today is the start of National Park Week, y’all! Free admission to U.S. National Parks! Wahoo! Go! Check out National Park Week. For more A to Z Bloggers go here.

#AtoZChallenge – M is for Morning Glory

Morning glory says hello.

#AtoZChallenge – L is for Landscape

Landscape from our hike to Little Big Econ. Most of the trail looked like this. But some was on a narrow trail that ran beside the river. We had a good time. For… Continue reading

#AtoZChallenge – K is for Knitting

My mother was a wonderful seamstress. There was nothing she couldn’t make. But she had never tried knitting. When we lived in Maine, it seemed as though everyone knew how to knit. One… Continue reading

#AtoZChallenge – J is for Jellybeans

J is for jellybeans…there were more of these at Easter. For more on this challenge, go here.

#AtoZChallenge – I is for Ibis

An ibis came to call For more on this challenge, go here.

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