Every spring should be like this: warm afternoons, cool nights, not much w*nd. (We can't say it out loud here, it's a superstition. If we say the word, it kicks up to about thirty-five miles an hour.) A couple of days ago, we had a bonfire; yesterday, my throat hurt a bit. Smoke, I thought, … Continue reading Sometimes, it's what you don't give
In celebration of Earth Day, time to share some of the ridiculously beautiful blooms of our local spring season, here in central Washington State.
Spring raises its glowing face to the March sun.
Over the last weeks, here in the valley, our weather mirrors the turbulence of all change. We've had snow, sun, wind, rain; days turn from cold to warm to cold again in a heartbeat. We're on the cusp. The calendar counts the official transition to spring today, but it's clear we're still en route. Don't … Continue reading Spring Turbulence