By S J Brown Each of us in our own way tries to make the world a little better. Writer’s help people escape their daily woes and immerse themselves in another place and time, making the world a little better. I know a number of teachers that don’t end their connection with their students when … Continue reading Making it better
By S. J. Brown I hope everyone has been keeping warm in these frigid temperatures. Freezing temperatures add a whole new set of challenges for a wildlife photographer. It is a bit harder to sneak up on my subjects in layers of clothes and warm boots. Warm thick gloves make it a little harder to … Continue reading BRRRRRR
By S. J. Brown Friday the 13th is touted to be the unluckiest day of the year. 2017 has two Friday the 13th’s, does that make it an unlucky year? Does Friday the 13th scare you? Since Halloween is just few weeks away is today the start of a spooky season? Are you superstitious? This … Continue reading Happy Friday the 13th
post (c) Doris McCraw I had the privilege to attend the 14th annual Pikes Peak Library District's History Symposium. The topic this year was "Enduring Legacies and Forgotten Landmarks, the Built Environment of the Pikes Peak Region". You can view a portion of it on face book here: https://www.facebook.com/PikesPeakLibraryDistrict As I sat and listened, along with … Continue reading History’s Value
By S. J. Brown Now that spring has finally arrived everyone is heading outdoors. There are so many places to explore and discover. Before you venture out there are a few things to remember. Don’t forget your bug spray. There are hundreds of little critters out there that would like to take a ride on … Continue reading Step Lightly
By S. J. Brown Since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner I thought I should write about romance. However Hubby and I aren’t really romantic type people. If he came home to find a candlelight dinner he would ask how long the power had been out. Still its a couple’s time … Continue reading A Couple of Friends
By S. J. Brown At some time in our lives we all have to wait. We wait in line at the grocery store, or sit in the waiting room at the doctor’s office. Farmers wait for just the right time to plant their crops, students wait for the end of the school day and all … Continue reading The Waiting Game.
This blog post by Gayle M. Irwin During this month’s A to Z blog challenge, I drew the letter “X” … and frankly, that letter scared me! When I learned what my letter was to be, my brain nearly x-ploded, so I quickly x-plored the possibilities: x-ray, x-rated, x-chromosome, even x-axis and "X marks the … Continue reading There’s a Lot of “X” Out There! and X is for Xeriscape