Monthly Archives: October 2013

Straight lines: Geese

I didn’t catch them in flight, but even in the water, the geese form lines–and their long necks form straight lines, too. (OK, Ron–you can call the Theme Police down on me.) Advertisements

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Striaght Lines: Trees

By the green, you can tell this was taken earlier in the hiking season. We are lucky to live in an area that, while relatively densely populated, still has a good deal of open space, most of it wooded.

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Home: NYC

Home: NYC–Although I haven’t lived there since 1978 and probably never will again, NYC is where I grew up, and it will always be my home town. This was taken from the Whitestone Bridge on our way to Queens for … Continue reading

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Home: Hearth

Our little house is over a hundred years old. This is the fireplace/woodstove that heats the house. Above the mantle on the right is a silk screen that we bought in Tralee in Ireland on our honeymoon in 1979. It … Continue reading

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Home: Paper Good Pond

My home is a little house in a little suburb in a little state. We moved here in 1981. We were delighted to find that, just a few blocks away from us, there was a small pond. It was pretty … Continue reading

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Home: A Place for Love

For me, home is not so much a place to live as a place to love. This is my granddude, Aidan. playing with me on the floor–a game of his own invention. I want no more from my home than … Continue reading

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Domestic Animals: Sheep

What do sheep count to go to sleep?

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Domestic Animals: Piggies

Piggies grow fast. These cute little critters will be pretty massive in just a few months, but they sure are cute when they’re little.

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Domestic Animals: Goat

I love goats. I’d really, really, REALLY love to have a goat…but zoning regulations forbid it. Which is probably just as well for domestic peace, since John totally does NOT want a goat. At least I get to admire (and … Continue reading

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Domestic animals: Chick

When we took our granddude, Aidan, to the Berlin Fiar, he was able to hold a baby chick.

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