Drops of ice like jewels on the telephone wires.
The indoor plants have been multiplying. When the pandemic is no longer keeping me home most of the time, I might find there are more than I can care for well.
I thought by this time, I might be feeling the cold and the dark, so I brought home a new orchid, which/who continues to bloom extravagantly.
Mildly disappointed that there wasn’t really any snow, but happy there also wasn’t any ice that stuck.
The doves perched in that spot for at least an hour and a half–right above the murti of Ganesha.
Little bits of greenery.
I am deeply grateful that I can soothe myself with food. I made basil, garlic chive pesto last summer when the garden was at its height and froze some (before adding cheese). The sourdough starter needs to be used at… (READ MORE)
A minor upside of global climate change. Fresh mint and lemon balm for tea in mid-winter.
I found a couple of plants shivering on the sidewalk last week. They seem to be recovering nicely. I divided several plants over the holiday period, and repotted others. I find the plants help me stay inside.