From suburban lawn to backyard homestead…with ducks. A journal by Lori Fontanes
New York State, December 18th, courtesy of El Niño ’15/’16.
Copyright 2015, Lori Fontanes
environment, holidays, natural science, nature, organic gardening, photography, weather, winter
December 21, 2015
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It’s so nice to see so much green at this time of the year! After the last two winters, we all needed a break, even if it will come to an end eventually. I’m sure that the ducks like having some fresh greens to nibble on from time to time as well.
You got that exactly right about the ducks! Especially our “babies” who don’t know from hard winters (yet)!
Looks like my Gulf Coast house! Have a good Christmas!
I was thinking this seemed more Southern than Northern this year! Merry Christmas to you, too!!!
Green, and a little warm isn’t bad. We’ll be having the “old snow” kind of Christmas though there are rumors of some light snow on Christmas night in the weather forecast. If that happens, we’ll have what I call a soap opera Christmas, where it snows every Christmas night on those shows. 🙂
Sounds magical!!! 🙂
I still can’t believe that it’s going to be 70 degrees Thursday.
And rainy, to boot!
Have a wonderful Christmas my friend. Santa Paws will be here soon! XOXO – Bacon
You, too! Can’t wait!!! 🙂
I’ll be having a 70 degree green Christmas as well. 🎄
I’ve been blog lazy and doing other things and didn’t realize I missed so many of your posts (which I always enjoy). Hope you’re having a nice winter. We haven’t gotten winter up here.
No prob! I’ve been crazed with all kinds of stuff, too, including just starting an MFA (yikes!) BTW, Adrienne, would you be able to contribute a bean-related post for this year’s blogger action day? It can even just be photos of beans you might grow. They just have to be hard shells–so beans, legumes, dry peas not fresh. Any contribution gratefully accepted and shared on our post that day. 🙂 Just let me know!
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