A picture is worth a thousand words, but Instagram does not satisfy my Curiosity. I see a photo and I want to know more. A blog with a few photos is, then, a few thousand words, yet I still need to say more! However, I will try to keep it to a minimum in the future.
September has always been one of the most pleasant months in Georgia since we moved here, but 2019 has been HOT! My evening walk is pleasant to the eye but it brings on a sweat. This picture doesn’t tell you that, but believe me it is hot and humid.
At the community farm where we have a plot, the farmers are getting ready to plant the cool weather crops, but I am certain that will be later than usual in this heat. My two daffodil orders are sitting in a dark closet. I am surprised they were sent out so early!
Can it be two months since we were staying in Taos NM where the mountain shakes off the heat each night and you wake to a cool and refreshing world each day?
Son and his wife make their home in a very beautiful spot outside of town, not too far from the Millicent Rogers Museum, which I eagerly visit each time we stay in Taos. A lecture and exhibit on owls was fascinating. Owls hold a special place in Native American culture.
Majestic owls at this deeply personal and spiritual museum.
Taos is so unlike anywhere I have ever lived..the Hudson River valley, the suburbs of Ct, and the coast of Georgia. How my son ended up in such a foreign place is a mystery to me, but it is a place I love to experience. In such a simple place, the deep and complex meanings of the universe beg to be explored.