Tag Archives: nature

Prairie Sky

Prairie Sky Sky unfolds itself Heavenly beauty Clear blue cloudless sky Stretches for endless miles Then slowly small clouds Appear out of nowhere Soft fluffy clouds float by Out of the west Black threatening clouds move Covering the landscape Very … Continue reading

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Bess’s Magical Garden

This is the picture that is on the cover of  my book Bess’s Magical Garden. It is available in hard cover, soft cover and e-book. It can be purchased at http://www.friesenpress.com/bookstore/title/ and will be availble on Amazon soon. Synopsis Bess’s … Continue reading

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Change, change, change

What is your favorite season? There is something I like about each season. I have always looked forward to spring.  This year I started from scratch because there wasn’t a garden plot or any flowers in the yard. I got a little … Continue reading

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Snowtember

Our summer was a warm one for a change with temperatures in the mid twenties to low thirties. One draw back is it was a dry summer for most of July and August. Then in August there were a couple … Continue reading

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The flood

We  had severe flooding here in Alberta a week ago. When things subsided I was inspired to write this small piece. The Flood The birds watched silently from their sheltered lofty perch wondering what on earth. The swollen rivers and … Continue reading

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in the garden

Well I was going to insert a picture but wasn’t able to. I went into (add media) but wasn’t able to bring up photo’s other that the ones already in the gallery. So I will write this with the printed … Continue reading

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Spring garden

The temperature finally came up above zero for a few days with one day of eighteen degrees which was only a teaser. Now it is snowy and dismal again and the forecast for the next week doesn’t look very promising. … Continue reading

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