"When we contemplate the whole globe as one great dewdrop, striped and dotted with continents and islands, flying through space with other stars all singing and shining together as one, the whole universe appears as an infinite storm of beauty.” ~ John Muir The slightest glance to the ground on my right brought this… Continue reading Dewdrops
The dewdrops cling as if suspending the last secrets of the night.
As my Fitbit alarm gently vibrated, I debated getting up for my morning walk. I had been lying there cursing a headache and really couldn't be bothered to get up and go for a walk. Or so I thought. I stifled a groan and a grumble as I got out of bed and got dressed.… Continue reading Early Morning Debate
As quick as June arrived, she has said her goodbyes and faded away until next year. Today it dawned on July. After the heatwave that suppressed itself upon us the past week, it was wonderful to wake to cooler temperature and a bit of dew. I hope Summer goes by at a snail's pace. A… Continue reading It Dawned on July
I was up before the dawn Thursday morning working on my blog, Grazing Sheep With The Setting Sun when I noticed the sunrise tempting me outside. Amazing what a little hint of purple in the sky will do. The climate here in the vineyard is interesting. Overnight we get a lot of dew (thus the… Continue reading Dewdrops at Sunrise