Monthly Archives: May 2011

Holiday Weekend

May is closing! I’ve not had time to revel in the warm air and shake out winter. But I cheer the colors of rhododendron and azaleas; Spring is my favorite time of the year. I’m lifted out of myself and … Continue reading

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May 22 and Wool is Still Comfortable

Weather gathers more¬† importance as I inch toward “that good night”.¬† I cherish every day, you’d think a little rain, sleet, or snow wouldn’t matter at all. But it does, it does. Without enough sun I’m reduced to a bundle … Continue reading

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Rain Preserves The Flowers

May has been wetter than I’d hoped but the flowers and trees are the beneficiaries. The daffodils were spectacular, lasting weeks longer than last year’s bloom and I’ve seen the first iris in my yard – a miniature white iris. … Continue reading

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May and the Poetry Continues

May continues almost as a second April. Libraries have discovered e-mails from individuals offering programs to celebrate poetry and, though April, National Poetry Month, has slipped by, May is fine for poetry programs. I’ve been given the opportunity to present … Continue reading

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