VJ’s Weekly Challenge: dig

As a kid, I believed that if we dug deep enough, we could come out on the other side of the world. It was a hopeful thought, and I’d rally the neighbourhood to dig forts and tunnels. Science kiboshed that theory. Then there was the famous escape from Alcatraz: three inmates allegedly digging their way […]

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Snow and Sky

Looking forward to the end of Winter skies. Post for Weekend Sky

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Feathers of White

Featured image is two of the locals. The male Goldeneye and Common Merganser look as if they are dressed up in evening attire. A White-breasted nuthatch enjoying a nibble. All for Bird Weekly, this week’s challenge: birds with white feathers.

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Keep Listening, Learning; Remain Open

February is Black History Month. A neighbour commented to me recently that racism is not a problem where we live. I might have believed that at one time, but these past few years have taught me otherwise. Eyes are opening, ears are listening, mind is set on learning.

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Sssss….

Shoe store, succulents, snow day, and snake for Lens-artists Photo Challenge: things starting with S

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VJ’s Weekly Challenge: waves

I am contemplating waves. The emotional waves that accompany uncertainty. Th lull of ocean’s waves on tropical shores. Even the way that our lives are reduced to wavesnot hugs. Please join me this week in contemplating waves.To participate, create a post and link back here, or drop a comment below. Photos, art, writing, or music […]

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Hawk Love

Redtails and Cooper’s Hawk for Bird Weekly: hawks.

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The Climb From Here

Ric is back in hospital. The infection is – for the moment – winning, having disabled his leg. An elevated blood pressure and difficulty breathing is what sent him back. He has fluid on the lungs. Two different medical teams are now following his case. It feels as if the climb from here is monumental. […]

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