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Appreciating Photography


I appreciate
Good photography by friends
Here are my favorites

Ed Coyle’s view of the Tetons reflecting in Lake in Autumn
Caroline Feldman’s aspen in Autumn in Gravelly Range, Montana
Gloria Wilson’s pond in Sierra Mtn. area, California
Ed Coyle’s aspen & evergreens in Autumn
Linda Schott’s river and boat thru the aspen
Chuck Feldman’s boat on river
Brandi Seckinger’s Yellowstone National Park
Ed Coyle’s birds atop fir tree
Lisa Glines’ morning clouds
Madison River with scarlet reflections

Great photography
Inspires me to grab my phone:
Let SnapChat do it!!

Well, it was SOME of my favorites-
Hah! Too many to post ’em all!
See ya later…

Nature Speaks to Me


Autumn’s Here

fall colors-bathroom

Sitting on toilet
Looking at the bathroom sight
I see Autumn’s here

Fall Too Soon

It’s only mid-September. Summer didn’t come ’til ┬álate June. I’m not ready for fall already! But, look at those orange leaves. They are speaking to me. There’s no denying it. Autumn is here!

Get Ready

Get ready for four-wheeling trips on our favorite mountain trails. I’ll let you go vicariously with me as we revisit this season of change in the Rocky Mountains – the Tobacco Root Range to the west of us and the Gravelly Range south and southwest of us.

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What speaks to you during this season of change? Add your own thoughts to the following prompts:

  • the beauty of the _
  • the softness of the _
  • the fragrance of the _
  • the rhythm of the _
  • the faintness of the _
  • the freshness of the _
  • the strength of the _
  • the taste of _
  • the trail of the _

And now, read the poem below
and see how poets George and Hirnschall
completed the prompts.

In their book, Spiritual Literacy, Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat speak of this relationship between us and nature. They quote a poem that speaks to my heart as the seasons change and the beauty of the earth shines around us.

Chief Dan George and Helmet Hirnschall, wrote this poem:

The beauty of the trees,
the softness of the air,
the fragrance of grass,
speaks to me.
.
The summit of the mountain,
the thunder of the sky,
the rhythm of the sea,
speaks to me.
.
The faintness of the stars,
the freshness of the morning,
the dewdrop of the flower,
speaks to me.
.
The strength of fire,
the taste of salmon,
the trail of the sun,
and the life that never goes away,
they speak to me.
.
And my heart soars.

Enjoy these beautiful days.
Share with me those things of nature that speak to you
and make your heart soar.
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See ya later!

Goodbye August


It Was a Very Short Summer

I’m ready for more beautiful sunny weather,
But the calendar says summer is ending
And autumn is on its way.

Are you ready??

Goodbye August

Ready or not –
September is on its way.
There’s no stopping it.

John White - mountain stream
Great photo by John White

Goodbye Green
Hello Golden Hills
Promises of Autumn Beauty…

 

scenic view of sky with rainbow

JanBeek sends cheers!


See ya tomorrow.

Bee a Joy-Bringer!


Bee a Joy-Bringer!
Why not spread lots of sweetness?
Plenty to be found!

animal bee bloom blooming

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

There are so many reasons
To be joyful every day.
Open my eyes, Lord,
To the smiles in my way.

Mountains to climb
I can carry all the troubles,
See the gloom and the doom,
Or I can listen to the birds
As their song fills this room.

animals avian birds branch

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

I can marvel at snow
Or complain of the drifts.

Open my heart, Lord,
To be ready for shifts.

Shift gears to the joy
Each fresh, new day brings.
Help me bee a joy-bringer;
Turn winter hearts into springs!

Breathe Daily Seasons


In the midst of a zero degree day
It helps to recognize daily seasons.
I’m not stuck in the winter when
The day progresses for different reasons.

pink cherry blossom tree

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

Awaken to spring
Now pause for a few moments
See blossoming life.

apple tree

Photo by Kaboompics .com on Pexels.com

Focus in mid-day
Smell fruitful summer‘s ripening
Invite new fullness.

autumn autumn leaves blur close up

Photo by Vali S. on Pexels.com

Afternoon respite:
Sense vulnerability
Autumn‘s letting go.

snowy pathway surrounded by bare tree

Photo by freestocks.org on Pexels.com

Move to the darkness
Experience winter‘s call
Be still and know God.

Shortest Day


Tomorrow is December 21, 2018

Winter Solstice

It’s the longest cold night of the year.

All the stars are a’peepin’

And folks are a’keepin’

Their lights on o’er here.

It’s the Winter Solstice tonight.

All the folks are surprised by

The moon as it shines by

At 4:00 pm clear.

It’s the shortest day of the year.

It’s the Winter Solstice, my dear.

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