Monthly Archives: May 2010

Living With Nature

People have often marveled at how peaceful and attractive our property is. It’s all a product of trying to be mindful of our natural surroundings. One of the first things that we did when we found the property was to walk just … Continue reading

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Saving the Thrasher

Today the view outside my window is full of activity and change. Birds are gathering at the feeder that hangs from the live oak. You can see it just barely peeking below the overhanging canopy of the oak trees on the … Continue reading

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Life Outside The Window

My wife and I rearranged my office so that my desk now sits facing the window. The outside view from the second floor gives a panoramic view of the entire backyard and all of the natural wonder out there stretching … Continue reading

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To Everything There is a Season

It’s been a couple of decades now that I’ve spent a great deal of my time looking out the window. In my line of work there’s been lots of opportunity, if you have an office with a view, to be … Continue reading

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Hello world!

“Time is but the stream I go a-fishing in. I drink at it; but while I drink, I see the sandy bottom and detect how shallow it is. Its thin current slides away, but eternity remains.” Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) … Continue reading

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