seeing new details in the old painting February light
We have art on the walls from Bethesda Thrift Store in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. I imagine the paintings have many stories.
It always amazes me to watch the days grow longer again, even during our long winters. We have lived here long enough, that the light and gardens tell me the time and seasons, in a general way. The garden is always beautiful – the flowers, and also the entire cycle.
I took this photo in the yard yesterday – daylilies and tree shadow in the morning light.
Daylily and ferns – July 2017
Ellen Grace Olinger February 2018 and May 2019 1,000 Posts Review
The following two images are courtesy of wpclipart.
I have reached January 2018, with my review. WordPress inspired me, with their “Post Milestone” in January of this year. So soon I will complete my review and 1,000 Posts series. Thank you. I have learned a lot through this review. I see how I could revise some old poems, as I also remember the moment and emotions at the time. And I see some growth! Next post will continue with my January 2018 archive. I began this site in April 2012, and the encouragement of many people is reflected and supported here.
I often reprint poems in new ways. For example, I may see over time that poems form a small collection, and one of my photos may also go well with the post.
This was my note from WordPress, in my notifications. I would have missed this achievement otherwise. They are good teachers and editors!