Walking around, looking at stuff
I'm taking a break from writing this week. Well, that's not entirely true. I did spend some time playing around with a new writing project, which I'll tell you more about once it gets further along. But I'm taking a break from blog writing this week because it's just so beautiful outside, and I've got to get out there and look at stuff.
I hate to leave you behind, though--we've been having such a good time together. So come outside with me, and I'll show you some of the stuff I've been looking at.
That's the end of today's walkabout. What catches your attention in your surroundings?
7/13/2016 07:17:45 am
Thank you, Ruth! I'd love to see what you find on your walk.
7/13/2016 08:53:54 am
Thanks, Colleen. Baby anythings are just so darn appealing, aren't they?
7/13/2016 10:33:38 am
Thank you for transporting me from my 100 degree surroundings to your lush, green, "cool" environment. Just beautiful. I do enjoy watching the birds, raccoons and skunks that come in our backyard from the green belt. Watched a baby skunk, whose body couldn't have been longer than 6", come to eat some cat food. It was adorable.
7/13/2016 12:29:48 pm
It would be even cooler if you came up here in person, Cindi! We've had three little raccoons visiting lately, too. I did have to put my foot down when they started uprooting the native plants I'd just shelled out many $$ for at the conservation district sale, but thanks to Repels All spray and strategic placement of rocks, I think we've come to an understanding now.
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Written from the heart,
from the heart of the woods
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Nan Sanders Pokerwinski, a former journalist, writes memoir and personal essays, makes collages and likes to play outside. She lives in West Michigan with her husband, Ray.