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3 in a Sea of Tranquility

Gardening; my internal compass resets from the pull of the earth beneath my feet. 3 en un mar de tranquilidad. Jardinería; mi brújula interior se reinicia por tener la tierra bajo mis pies. Gardening gives methe tranquility to livethe day’s etcetera. –Rebecca Cuningham, 1 May 2023 Jardineríame da la tranquilidadsuelto etcétera. –Rebecca Cuningham, 1 mayo […]

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Nature, photography

3 Small Iris Add Pizazz

Our Siberian Iris emerged from their slumber. That means our daffodils are soon to awake. Here is the latest garden report: More crocus! Scilla Siberian Iris Vinca May Apple Tulip Leaves Which color do you guess the tulips will be?¡Olé! –Rebecca PS How’s your ode to an octopus? Or sea shanty for a starfish? See […]

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Nature, photography

Color Before the Snow

We saw several little crocus on our walk before the snow. They’re wrapped up in a blanket now. Which color is your favorite?¡Olé! –Rebecca This post is part of Cee’s Flower of the Day, Whatsoever is Lovely by XingfuMama. #FOTD

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Gardening, Nature, photography

Whatsoever is Lovely: Flowers in Pink

I admire flowers in a rainbow of hues. Am I a “pink person” I’ve been asked in all seriousness. Well, pink and purple and blue and green and… How about you? Are you in the pink? Or is green or blue more your style? Check back tomorrow for the March writing challenge poems. ¡Olé! –Rebecca […]

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Architecture, Art, history, photography

Whatsoever is Lovely: Sculpture

Great outing at the Madison Chazen Museum today. We viewed sculpture from the second century to the twenty-first century. The second century pieces were of the Buddha. The modern sculptures ranged from a jackrabbit to an abstract geometric metal Calder piece. I’ll share here three contemporary art pieces I liked; made of metal, wood and […]

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Nature, photography

Whatsoever is Lovely: Tropical Flowers

Temperatures outdoors were at freezing, so yesterday we escaped to the tropics for an hour at Olbrich Gardens. What will your New year’s poem be for Sunday? Olé! –Rebecca This post is part of Xingful Mama’s Whatsoever is Lovely and Cee’s Flower of the Day.

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