June 29

Bits of light floating

Across the yard at twilight,

What I love tonight.

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June 11

Summer’s quiet days
drifting slowly in the shade,
eyeing sipping bees.

close up photo of bumble bee on pink petaled flower
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May 6

Roadside plum blossoms

Farmers plow dark fertile earth.

Winter’s wind now gone.

May 4

Summer dreams, now waiting.

Adventures, photographs seen,

Wishing I was there.

April 24

Now that spring has finally arrived.  Potatoes are being planted in the garden as I write.  It seems that summer will come too quickly – I just wrote a check for yoga classes for the frogs-3095285__340summer.  They are wonderful and are held outside at the Dubuque Arboretum.  I can’t think of a better way to spend summer mornings.

 

 

But back to spring – I’m not ready for it to be summer – too many gardens to gardener-3336148__340clean out and plants to planted.  Enjoy the day!