I hope this blog note finds everyone happy and at least at peace with the Fall season. It’s quiet in Minneapolis Minnesota today with a few birds chirping as the warm weather ebbs. I’m lucky to live in Minnesota where early voting is taking place right now so I was able to early vote on … Continue reading
Happy Sunday, All. The Ducklings 🐥 are out of their nest safe with mother Mallard 🦆 in and around the Autumn Woods pond in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I was able to get a video of a few ducklings as they leapt from the terrace to the ground below.
I hope this post finds all reading to be healthy and happy. Keep on believing in the hope of Spring. Here’s some pictures from apartment court yard. The smell is as beautiful as the blossoms.
Hi All, New life is coming from my Memorial Terrace Garden. Our rainy duck weather today in Minneapolis greeted 8 new Mallard ducklings. The mother duck chose well. A big pot on my terrace about 7 feet from the sidewalk with a morning glory trellis that limited the size of the bird that could access … Continue reading
Hi, Here’s my memorial garden highlights as we enter summer time. Its been hectic at work but I enjoy the peaceful moments out in the garden and enjoying the mallard ducks that choose to nest here. Some of the flowers are from shared areas at Autumn Woods – always something fun to see on quiet … Continue reading
May you all be looking forward to a beautiful winter wherever you are. The sun sets sooner in Minneapolis Minnesota this time of year but I still find some beauty in night sky.
Hi All, Thanks for stopping by to see some of the moments I wanted to share as I journey through life. I hope you find beauty wherever you go and take to the time to share when you can. Enjoy. I hope the Diagonal Trail will be designated as a regional park – it brings … Continue reading
Dear Friends, A funny thing happened when I came home. A little sparrow was sitting by the out side door. The mate was trying to get it to fly away with him but it didn’t move. I put on my gloves to check it & it perched on my finger & closed its eyes. It … Continue reading