Tag Archive: East Texas

June Evening in Texas

When I decided to participate in the 1 Day 1 World Project, I set a goal to do something new for the post each week.  This week, we were at 5 pm to… Continue reading

1 Day 1 World Project: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm – Woodpecker Ninjas

When I was out walking in the woods today, I heard a lot of birds scolding and squawking.  In the past, following the fuss has led me to sightings of snakes, hawks, and… Continue reading

Spring on the Farm

Over the last month we have been busy fixing up the house, but it hasn’t been just a “This Old House” marathon.  The animals keep us hopping too. One afternoon, I saw our… Continue reading

1 Day 1 World Project: 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

I’m joining up with the 1 Day 1 World Project, which is hosted by Lisa Kennedy at Northwest Frame of Mind.  All you have to do is show a snippet of your life… Continue reading

Nightly Forest Report

I live in the country on a tree farm.  The noise and bustle of the city are pretty far away, but as I make my rounds to care for the trees, there are… Continue reading

Today’s Surprise

Some nuthatches were fussing at something in their tree – I expected a snake but saw this little creature instead.  I have lived here for five years and never even heard one before!

Setting Up for a Video

One of my Texas Master Naturalist friends had asked me several months back if he could camp on our property sometime.  I said sure, and somehow it morphed into him bringing a friend,… Continue reading

Paperwork and Photographs

January is the time of year when I want to be outside working if the weather is nice, and inside quilting or weaving if it isn’t.  But instead I seem to spend the… Continue reading

Cozy Week

I love the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day.  Years ago, I read an article in Southern Living magazine, about a family that set aside this week just to read, and I… Continue reading

After the Rain

After a night and morning of rain, I took the sheep out for a walk this afternoon.  The longer I looked, the more I noticed, and the more questions I had. (You can… Continue reading