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“Song from a Country Fair” by Leonie Adams When tunes jigged nimbler than the blood And quick and high the bows would prance And every fiddle string would burst To catch what’s lost beyond the string, While half afraid their … Continue reading
It’s Sunday night. Good luck this week.
January 20, 2012 It’s 0 degrees Fahrenheit in southern MN today, and getting colder. It’s the kind of day I struggle to believe that we have summer in Minnesota. I dug out a few pictures to remind myself, and now I … Continue reading
I’m not sure there’s any easier flower to grow than a black-eyed susan. They’re also simple and pretty and the blossoms last for weeks. I’m grateful for them. (If the only prayer you say in your life is Thank You, … Continue reading
I’m not a fantastic gardener, but isn’t this about the prettiest color you’ve ever seen?