It’s almost here.
I’m sad to bid summer “adieu” but autumn IS my favorite season, for so many reasons.
Also sharing at Blogging Meet-up.
Even the photo makes me feel calm!😉
My Poetic Path (a favorite place to knit too!)
Sunflowers ALWAYS Make Me Smile!
A Gorgeous Summer Sky!
Chicory in the Sun
After the Rain, the Flowers Refreshed
It’s A Long Weekend, Here in BC.
Wishing You a Happy Week Too!😊
Lightens and frees my spirit.
I ♥ movies from the 40s and 50s!
The Autumn Leaves is a song that I often have running through my mind, especially this time of year. As I mention in this post, it was also a Nat King Cole tune, that my beloved Grandma cherished.
And the movie of the same name is also one that I have never forgotten.Quite a “racy” film for its time (1956) and definitely with some disturbing content.
But, if you are a fan of Joan Crawford and/or movies from the 40s/50s like I am, do check this one out.
It also features a young and oh, so handsome Cliff Robertson. Also starring, Lorne Greene in a role that is far removed from his later, fatherly image at the Ponderosa Ranch in the Bonanza TV Series. 😉 He’s a real naughty boy in this one!
Have a Wonderful Autumn Day and Hope You Are Enjoying Sunshine Where You Are! 🙂
It’s Still Lovely and Warm, Here In BC.
Summer has certainly been “in the air” here in BC, in the past couple of weeks.
We reached 34C, one day last week and more warm weather is apparently on the way, very soon.
Right now we are having a bit of a cool spell, with rain and that’s welcome too. 🙂 Takes care of all the dust!
Hope you enjoy these three summer haiku/haiga from the archives, celebrating all things to come. It’s going to be a good summer, I just know it! 😉
Have a Wonderful Week!
This is a poem from the archives and my first attempt at Tanka poetry.
I hope you enjoy it for the first time, or perhaps, once again! 😉
It has definitely “thawed” here in BC, only a bit of snow left up on the higher mountains. Everything else is starting to bloom! 🙂
How is your weather?
You can read more about Tanka poetry here.