Some of my zinnia flowers resemble pineapples with a crown! © Rita Jacques 2020. My garden in Windsor, Ontario.
Black-eyed Susan flowers! © Rita Jacques 2020. My garden. Windsor, Ontario.
It was the beginning of June. I hadn’t visited my out-of-town daughter and her husband since March because of the pandemic. I pulled into their driveway and paused. I just had to stop and take a picture of something I noticed. I had waited almost three months to visit them. What was another few minutes?… Continue reading Lover of Clover!
Four O’Clock Flowers! Well, I’m either a day late for Thousand Word Thursdays or six days early, but here’s some pics for you to enjoy. © Rita Jacques 2020. My backyard. Windsor, Ontario.
Work is work! We often hear these words, usually spoken by disgruntled employees. Yet we can learn something from every job, can’t we? Let me tell you about two jobs from my youth. My first job was as a papergirl delivering The Wallaceburg Daily News. I was 10 at the time I applied for the… Continue reading First Jobs!
I’ve lived in my home for over twenty years but rarely spotted a cardinal in our yard. Things changed nearly four years ago . . . after Dad passed away. The day after Dad’s death, I could hear the sweet chirping of a bird as I mowed the backyard. It was louder than the noise… Continue reading For You, Dad!
Funny how the tall bean plants in my neighbour’s garden attract just as many birds as my birdfeeder! © Rita Jacques 2020 Windsor, Ontario.
At the beginning of the pandemic, I did a lot of bird watching in my backyard. Especially searching for cardinals. I was curious why this particular cardinal was spending so much time in my neighbour’s eavestrough. A feast of bugs? Then, I figured it out! He was taking a bath! © Rita Jacques 2020. Windsor,… Continue reading Thousand Word Thursdays #184
© Rita Jacques 2020. Succulent flowers. My patio, Windsor, Ontario.
I don’t believe Hell to be full of flames. Nope. Being a gardener, I think it’s full of slugs and snails. Don’t get me wrong. I try hard to love all of God’s creatures. But I think it would be easier for me to love some of them from afar. Like away from my garden!… Continue reading Little Garden Critters!