The Simplicity of Nature’s Art

. “Nature is what we know, yet have not art to say; so impotent our wisdom is to her simplicity.” [Emily Dickinson] . . But the wisdom from above is pure first of all; it is also peaceful, gentle, and friendly; it is full of compassion and produces a harvest of good deeds; it isContinue reading “The Simplicity of Nature’s Art”

Things In Common, Or Not

They arrive together, an unlikely pair – a female Red-winged Blackbird and a Black-capped Chickadee.  Sometimes the male Blackbird comes, too, and then the Chickadee waits on the sidelines, resting on the tip of a cedar trellis for his turn at the birdseed. They’re here every morning for breakfast before the other chirpy horde arrives.Continue reading “Things In Common, Or Not”