Flower of the Day – 3.9.22

A new day, A new dawn: FOTD – March 10 – Daylilies all Lined Up 🙂 I don’t know what these beautiful flowers are called. My parents and I enjoying growing these out in the yard. They spread and grow tall quickly. These bright flowers are planted outside a restaurant I visited. So many changes…

Winter Beach Visit

I’m resting in bed this weekend as the world news has drained me in the midst of my routine. It’s a complex feeling for me to describe as I discuss with others myriad of issues. The beach is strikingly beautiful during the winter. The empty coastline calms my busy mind. The clouds stretch along the…

Icy Snow

Strolling through a friend’s neighborhood. Air feels crisp!

Escaping into Nocturnal Spaces

“Grief is the price we pay for love and worth it a million times over.” A Boy Called Christmas Hello! I’m currently enjoying an adventurous movie directed by Gil Kenan featuring a retelling of the origin story of Nikolas before he becomes Santa Clause. It’s a charming, action-packed Nordic, Christmas story that resonates to my…

One Liner Wednesday – Black Hole In the Ocean

While checking the weather, I noticed this interesting segment on the viral Google Maps image of the black hole in the middle of the ocean. Conspiracy theorists are creating all sorts of stories. I laughed at this one… “God dropped his guitar pick.” – Reddit User Then I saw Marina’s quote. It is a reminder…

Escaping a Zombie Apocalypse

Halloween is drawing nearer! I plan on volunteering to pass out candy at an amusement park designed to be inclusive towards children with special needs. My friends have told me their plans to go visit a corn maze or pumpkin patches this weekend. I can’t imagine getting lost in a patch like this one! As…

A2Z – Birds – Plover

Featured Photo by Kathy Buscher Physical Description: A medium-sized shorebird, the plover measures approximately 10 inches in length, with a wingspan of 22 inches and a weight of about 5.5 ounces. Plumage is speckled gold and brown on the back, with a black chest and belly, and a white rump. The plover’s face is black…