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I reached – and surpassed – my Camp NaNoWriMo word count goal. That makes me a winner.
I’m as busy as a bee in a bluebonnet field, working to win Camp NaNoWriMo. I can see the finish line dancing on the horizon.
All of my spare writing minutes have been devoted to my Camp NaNo project, so the blog has suffered. However, I thought I would share this delicate beauty from my last trip to the Dallas Arboretum. I think it’s an … Continue reading
I needed a little alone time today, so I loaded up my camera gear, grabbed a notebook and schlepped into the city. My destination? The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, of course. I spent this beautiful spring Sunday meandering through … Continue reading
After a hair-raising week capped off by an unwelcome visit from old man winter, I think a little color is in order. Enjoy.
Another gorgeous weekend is so close I can almost reach out and touch it.
Flowers aren’t the only thing flourishing in the warm spring air. So are the creepy crawlies. Here are a few I came across this weekend.
One of my favorite annual events at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is Dallas Blooms. For one month each spring, the gardens are transformed into a variable sea of color. Tulips and daffodils, narcissus and cherry blossoms burst forth … Continue reading
Springtime in Texas can mean only one thing: Bluebonnets! Enjoy.
I learned this week (and last…and maybe even the week before that): …that there is an old saying in Bohemia (Czechoslovakia): “When a Czech owns a goat…his neighbor does not yearn for a goat of his own; he wants the … Continue reading
Okay, maybe not. But I did run into a spotted leopard, a funny looking bear, and a cheeky koi while on vacation recently.
Reblogged from Rodposse.: Peggy Icaacs http://www.peggyisaacs.com ” I took it at recent Chihuly exhibit at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. The sculpture is entitled Float Boat. I loved the way the colored glass reflected on the water. ” GOOD … Continue reading
I have been sitting here all morning avoiding my WIP by sifting through some old photos I shot last spring. I can’t wait for everything to bloom again. Here are few of the more interesting ones. Enjoy. The bee is … Continue reading
“As life goes on it becomes tiring to keep up the character you invented for yourself, and so you relapse into individuality and become more like yourself everyday.” – Agatha Christie I learned this week… …that it appears I … Continue reading
“Proof brevity does not protect against dullness.” – Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock Holmes in regard to Twitter. I learned this week… …that I don’t have to worry about those pesky little logarithms, after all. My Historical Geology professor announced … Continue reading
I am writing an action scene today. Leo Baxter is tracking an Albanian through the dark alleyways of east London. Little does he know, in about ten minutes he will become the hunted and end up in a dank cell … Continue reading
I learned this week: …that Historical Geology is not going to be a cake walk. From the course material: “The study of sedimentary rocks can involve many scientific disciplines. Considerable knowledge of mathematics, biology, and physics is required to fully … Continue reading
I went to the Dallas Arboretum this weekend to see the Chihuly exhibit. Beyond the customary landscaping pansies and evergreens, I didn’t expect to see much in the way of colorful blooms. It is, after all, December. Not much grows … Continue reading