Passing Beauty

Theresa scattered California poppy seeds in our front yard a few years ago. They came and went the following spring, a lovely and passing beauty mark on our property, or so it seemed. Once they “bloom out,” poppies send up a seed pod that eventually breaks open, the seeds carried away on the breeze. ForContinue reading “Passing Beauty”

A living organism has the capacity to grow

That includes you and me, of course. Today’s good. Tomorrow’s good, too. But today is better. It’s summer. Most everything is in bloom. Birds have hatched their little ones in a nest on our patio. Back and forth go mom and dad, ferrying food to their offspring. We spied on them when they were stillContinue reading “A living organism has the capacity to grow”