Category Archives: solitude
yesterday, solar eclipse would have been hit peak view over downtown chicago at 1:18 p.m. central time. but clouds and showers spoiled the sighting of this awesome and rare astronomical phenomenon. people with special glasses on lined the sidewalks, in … Continue reading
another lovely stroll at mallard lake where we enjoyed the handiwork of the top pollinators, the three B’s – butterflies, bees and birds
i love our walks at mallard lake. most days, we trace the more common trail contouring the lake. once in a while though, hubby and i venture deeper into the woods where we are entertained by the summer song of … Continue reading
happy Monday dear friends!
there is so much beauty around us. but because we see them often, they’re taken for granted and they become invisible to us. here are ox-eye daisies at mallard lake silently waiting to be admired. if only they could talk, … Continue reading
in this oasis of quiet, before the wonderful spectacle of nature, one easily experiences how profitable silence is, a good that today is ever more rare… ~ Pope Saint John Paul II dusk at mallard lake…