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Category Archives: Wildlife and Nature
Hello Autumn! The leaves are turning, days are shortening, and the rainy days are coming… it all reminds me of my childhood. I have a special fondness for autumn, I am not sure if it is because I have an … Continue reading
In autumn I see squirrels running around the neighbourhood hoping to score some forgotten hazelnuts to keep them through the winter. It’s technically autumn still (you’d never know it with all the white stuff out there), but look at what … Continue reading
This sweet little Forest Friend started out as a fairy… that’s just how things go sometimes. I sit down with a clear space and an intention to create something and a little something magical happens during the process… what I … Continue reading
Just been catching up and making a few dolls here and there~ here’s a few pics from my yard and around town plus a dollhouse doll family to show:
I love rainbows… and here is a shot of the first one of the year here in my little town of Kaslo snapped yesterday late afternoon:
Happy Spring & Easter!! It’s been a long while since I had a moment to post~ I was away on a trip in Europe with my family for many weeks. I’m still unpacking and catching up, but thought I would … Continue reading
Summer is still in full swing here… a little view from by the lake. I don’t live right on the lake, but not far… it takes about 5-10 mins to walk to the water from my door. Sure is pretty… … Continue reading
It has been a zany year, hands down. This year takes the cake in what is possibly the most challenging year ever. My husband and I are tied for surgeries now, 2 each (mind you if you are counting back … Continue reading
No, no, not Beer Gardens, lol! My life can be pretty crazy hectic (hence my lack of regular posts!)… and while I used to aspire to the phrase ‘gardener‘ I eventually had to let it go. Let’s face it, it’s … Continue reading