I am looking for ways to integrate this new daily writing habit into my regular routine even after November ends. Many, many thanks to Jean and Manton for providing the motivation and structure for getting started.
On a visit to Burlington, VT, back in June I was treated to this fantastic sunset over Lake Champlain. (mbnov)
I am back at the resort property that uses typewriters for decoration. Other themes here include: ski boots, old telephones, televisions, radios, books and sewing machine tables. Happy Thanksgiving! (mbnov)
Piecemeal Pies. Yum. Keeping a close eye on the kids, though.
We went apple picking at an organic orchard at the end of September. I don’t think I’ve ever seen such rich colors in organic apples before! (mbnov)
There is something magical about the mix of spices that goes into this butter chicken recipe. I wish you could smell this photo. (mbnov)
Our neighborhood is shared with bears, who have been known to rummage through yards, looking for food. For a while, I brought our trash barrels into the garage, but now we secure our trash in a bear-proof bin. (mbnov)
Royal company may be good for the ego (and even the pocketbook) but I much prefer the richness of imagination that accompanies the companionship of children. (mbnov)
The nearby Montshire Museum of Science holds an annual “take apart day,” at which woebegone appliances are disassembled for educational purposes. We took apart the microwave shown here. (mbnov)
Summer warmth yields to cold crackling winter ice. As chlorophyll drained from leaves, trees dazzled with hidden colors. Taking the hint, bees harvested every grain of pollen they could. Now they will hum to each other through frost until spring melt brings relief. (mbnov)