The building where I work is surrounded by flowering trees.Read More: Pink (and white and purple) trees!
I am the queen of procrastination, so you should be impressed that It only took ten months to get the toppled tree off of the front lawn…Read More: Our unique lawn ornament
I was kept awake all night by howling wind and rain pelting my windows. Oh, the yard looks calm now, but trust me. It’s wiiiiindyyyyyyyyy. Sure, most of the trees that have potential to damage the house (or us) fell victim to previous storms (one, two, three) or just randomly fell on their own (four, […]Read More: Windy.
It’s happening, folks. Spring, that is. I don’t know what winter was like where you live, but around here it was odd. Odd in a way that very much made up for the previous two years’ exceedingly frigid and snowy winters. Odd in a way that for the first time since I have been blogging, […]Read More: Spring colors-ish
You know how when you are short on blog material and wondering where your next post will come from, and nature decides to help you out by dropping a tree on your van or your power lines? No? Maybe that’s just me. Well, anyway, some wicked storm ripped through here yesterday pelting the neighborhood with […]Read More: It wasn’t me this time!
Two years ago, a relatively small tree fell in the back yard while we were out. Last year, a real monstrosity of a tree was ripped up by a wind storm, twisted around, and deposited all over our front yard. This morning, I heard an odd crackling noise, looked out the window and saw this: […]Read More: What is it with me and the trees?
Felt like summer: wearing shorts to school, enjoying morning coffee on the back patio Looked like spring: a neighbor’s pink tree at the bus stop, our budding trees in the back yard. Tomorrow? 58 degrees and rainy. I guess April is back. As an aside, I totally think I need a pink tree in my […]Read More: Pink Tree Envy
I think I’m over my pity party regarding my van. Thank you for attending . Now I’m just struck by the immenseness of all this. That’s a whole lotta tree. It’s awfully cool in a “destructive force of nature that thankfully hurt no one” kind of way. Look at the size of that tree trunk! […]Read More: The sound of chainsaws in the morning