The perfect zinnia…Mother Nature at her finest. My garden in Windsor, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2017.
Steve received his shoes from a friend. Steve’s previous pair of shoes were ruined after helping a friend replace a roof. What is your biggest struggle with poverty on a daily basis? “Shelter! I’m new to Windsor. I “retired” from Kingston after spending 20 years there. Right now, I’m staying with my brother, sister-in-law, and… Continue reading Their Shoes #46
If I’ve learned anything over the years, it’s you can’t be a gardener without being optimistic. A gardener purchases seeds with the hope that sunny days—plus rain—will transform the seeds into the flowers or vegetables depicted on seed packages. Or, we expect the same from seeds collected from last summer’s favourite blooms. One year, I… Continue reading Love a Gardener!
Baby swans at Ganatchio Trail, Windsor, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2017.
Moe received her shoes from the Bargain Annex. What is your biggest struggle with poverty on a daily basis? “Shelter and food. If I don’t find a place to live by August 31, me and my son will be homeless. The new landlord doesn’t want people living in the apartment anymore. I can’t find a place! It’s really… Continue reading Their Shoes #45
I’ve always loved sunflowers since I was a youngster. The towering yellow flowers make me smile. Dad wouldn’t plant them in the front yard like I requested back then. However, in later years, he always planted a row of sunflowers at the edge of his vegetable garden right up until his last summer. This year,… Continue reading A Growing Tribute
Seacliff Beach, Leamington, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2017.