With the finish line of Christmas behind us and an official fresh start still days away, this week feels a little slack-tide to me. I’ve been torn between taking a winter’s nap and projecting (day … Read more.
In the middle of a cold blast, chilly on the heels of a dark and snowy Solstice storm, I’m on the lookout for Joy (‘Tis the season, Fa la la la la). But, luckily, I … Read more.
Terrariums are (still) cool. Last year I wrote a post (Terrariums are cool (again)) on how I make – and became addicted to – terrariums. And if you were inspired then to make one (or … Read more.
Since I can’t top last year’s December Bloom Day (Garden Bloggers Bloom Day is hosted the 15th of every month by Carol at May Dreams Gardens) when the Autumn flowering cherry bloomed in the snow, … Read more.
I thought the tide was high during the Nor’easter of spring 2007 – and it was – but this morning’s moon tide storm sure did flood Blithewold. I took these pictures about an hour after … Read more.
How many of us want to keep it simple for the holidays? Especially now. I, for one have been shamed out of wanting to shop by the atrocious behavior of fellow consumers. And aren’t we … Read more.
I’m stuck on a baublular theme because I have to rave about what Fred and Dan have hung from the trees this year. Each year the staff, volunteers and visitors are surprised by yet another … Read more.