TIME TO WAKE UP SPRING

  Plenty of clouds, but enough holes to let the sun shine through Dry Town Door and sky. Sorry, Norm this Thursday. Door is so small, but it was a drive by! So there;s another door at the end . Thurs. Door, Sky Watch     Finally this tree (pear?) is blooming in my area…

ALL SEASONS – CLOSE TO THE WATER

Hello All Season Bloggers, The photo link is this week open from Sunday March 10 to Friday March. 15 at noon, Pacific time. Thank you so much for your vibrant, cheerful and interesting posts and thumbnails! It was great and a pleasure reading them:) It’s now so much easier, now I can reply on most…

WHAT MARCH BRINGS

  READY FOR MARCH? Every month we go (figuratively) through an open door. This side of the door looked more interesting than from the outside looking in. At Seaport Village, San Diego. Thurs Door, Travel Tue     *Note: Just caught for the reflection! In no way does my poem below have to do with…

ALL SEASONS – SIMPLE PLEASURES

         Hello All Seasons Bloggers, The link this week is open from Sunday March 3 through Friday March 8 at noon, Pacific time. Thank you much for sharing your lovely, inspiring, or real life events with All Seasons! Quite excited being finally able to give a reply on your blog. If you…

SPRING MAY WAIT A WHILE

    When in December it snowed two days, I realized afterwards I had let an opportunity go by. Luckily I remembered, a few weeks ago, that now was my chance to paint snow  in all its glory, being inside, so I wouldn’t turn into snowman/woman. On the canvas appears the front entrance of our…

ALL SEASONS – NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART

Hello All Season Bloggers, The link this week is open from Sunday February 24 to Friday  March 1 at noon, Pacific time. Many thanks for all the congratulatory wishes, but hope you know that I also focused on the third year birthday, because without you, there is no meme/challenge:):) Am appreciating all of you efforts…

FROM ONE DAY TO THE NEXT

  Last few days we had “everything” from sunshine to rain to  snow to thunder and lightening storm, with a loud howling wind, like in one of those  sinister scary movies. Oh, and I forgot the hail that pelted the roof this afternoon. If you wonder why this post is a mish mash, you know…