Hello, friends! Here we are in the heart of May when showers of spring on the run glisten like diamonds in the pre-summer sun as we chart our courses and cultivate plans; convinced that solutions aren’t out of our hands. That kind of thinking is fuel for the mind, strength for the soul, as wellContinue reading “Tributes and Tributaries”
There’s a Poem-A-Day challenge going on at Writer’s Digest, if you’re interested. Here’s one of my favorites: Oh, to be in EnglandNow that April’s there,And whoever wakes in EnglandSees, some morning, unaware,That the lowest boughs and the brushwood sheafRound the elm-tree bole are in tiny leaf,While the chaffinch sings on the orchard boughIn England—now! AndContinue reading “Poems in April”
March into Literacy!
If by chance we miss the changing colors, a chill in the morning air, it’s nice to know that nature has an abundance of seasonal displays to remind us just how synchronized the environment is with life, both wild and civilized. For example, the annual late October (St. John’s Day) departure of Cliff Swallows fromContinue reading “Nature Always Knows”