Roses in November! At my Mom’s retirement home–The Village on the Thames–in Chatham, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2020.
Obedient plants! Still lots of colour in my fall garden. © Rita Jacques. Windsor, Ontario.
Cleome and cosmos. Beauty springing forth from cracks in the patio concrete. Backyard patio. Windsor, Ontario.
© Rita Jacques 2020 Windsor waterfront/Detroit skyline.
I have only one blanket flower plant and every year most of the blooms are misshapen. It always makes me aware of how incredible Mother Nature is to have most other flowers bloom perfectly. In any case, I look forward to seeing how each blanket flower turns out. I love how each is “perfectly” unique!… Continue reading Thousand Word Thursdays #178
Yup, another barn! A lot less of it remains from one week ago! © Rita Jacques 2020.
Another week, another barn! © Rita Jacques 2020.
While walking with my daughter through a medical office building, I spotted something bright pink, about two inches tall, near the entrance. Was it a piece of litter? Nope! It was a painted rock with a funny face with Bear Hugs written on it. It brought a smile to my face instantly. It reminded me… Continue reading Inspiration in Unexpected Places!
Just another barn on a cloudy, snowy day! © Rita Jacques 2020
Here are a few pics of purple coneflowers—Echinacea purpurea—to bring some colour to a dreary winter’s day. Enjoy! Photo credits are shared with my hubby, Guy. Neither of us can remember who took the pics! © Rita Jacques 2020 Windsor, Ontario.