By S M Chen, posted Aug 3, 2016 by D Kovacs. The two fixed windows mounted high on the west wall of the master bedroom of my townhouse were problematic. Light poured through with intensity, particularly during summer (at which time it was often accompanied by intense heat), in the afternoon and early evening. Too […]
Photo by Heather Gutman, posted July 27, 2016 by D Kovacs You may know that another name for pansies is “heart’s ease,” perhaps because they always seem to be smiling and can therefore evoke a smile in onlookers. This patch seems particularly cheerful.
Photo sent by Heather Gutman, posted 7-21-16 by D Kovacs A Key West Sunset Psalm 50:1: The mighty God, even the Lord, hath spoken, and called the earth from the rising of the sun unto the going down thereof.
Photo by S M Chen, posted 7-7-16 by D Kovacs Be nice to people on your way up because you’ll meet them on your way down. – Wilson Mizner (1876-1933)
Photo by Debbonnaire Kovacs, posted June 30, 2016 “Even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these…Matt. 6:29
Photo by Debbonnaire Kovacs, posted June 23, 2016 For those presently suffering through extreme heat, I offer this taste of Canadian winter, taken during my sabbatical on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, in 2013.
Photo by S M Chen, posted June 2, 2016 by D Kovacs. Rome, 2006 ‘Some days you’re the pigeon; some days you’re the statue.’ – P. Bruce Dickinson, musician (1958- )
Photos by S M Chen, posted 5-25-16 by D Kovacs …except ye become like little children…Matt. 18:3
Poem and photo by S M Chen, posted 4-28-2016 by D Kovacs What is it lies behind the eyes? What could it be she’s thinking of? Might it be children? Perhaps love? Or maybe truth, and maybe lies. What hopes and dreams within her lie? What music in her may be found? In her […]
Photo by Cheryl Morrow, posted 4-20-2016 by D Kovacs God makes my feet like hinds’ feet and sets me upon my high places. Psalm 18:33.
Photo by Heather Gutman, posted 4-13-2016 by Debbonnaire Kovacs A photo (and a puzzle) by our own Heather Gutman! Can you find the lizard? I have to admit, I can’t. Not yet, anyway…DLK
Koi By S M Chen, posted by D Kovacs, 4-6-16 Readers have expressed their appreciation for faithful contributor Chen’s humorous limericks. Here is another, inspired by a recent visit to a Japanese garden. A wonderful fish is the koi. It does more to please than annoi. What gives me puzzlement Is, […]