Monthly Archives: October 2008

I Think Its going To Rain Today

Katie Melua/I think It’s Going to Rain Today by daderth     Broken windows and empty hallways  A pale dead moon in the sky streaked with gray  Human kindness is overflowing  And I think it’s going to rain today  Scarecrows … Continue reading

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Saved by the Tiny Mammillaria

Sometimes I get tired of the same old plants. I wasn’t planning on bringing these inside, but this one had because of rain and cooler temps started forming a crown of buds and won my heart again. So I brought … Continue reading

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Colorful Kale

The cooler it gets the more colorful they become. I have planted ornamental cabbage in past years but the hard frosts took them out. I thought I would give this frilly kale a try this year to see if it … Continue reading

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The Lake of the Cranes by Perjn Migration is a beautiful survival wonder that takes place twice a year worldwide.  

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Bloodshot Eye Pumpkin

A white pumpkin streaked and veined with color                                                      and turned on its side looks … Continue reading

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Wildlife Haven

A creek with a secluded pasture running alongside and a berried fence  is perfect for wild things.

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Fields of Gold

Eva Cassidy Fields of Gold by 8800GTShorspower You’ll remember me when the west wind moves Upon the fields of barley You’ll forget the sun in his jealous sky As we walk in the fields of gold So she took her … Continue reading

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