Little Green: Joni Mitchell

Posted January 19, 2021 by katry
Categories: Video

Village Green Preservation Society: Kate Rusby

Posted January 19, 2021 by katry
Categories: Video

Green River: Creedence Clearwater Revival

Posted January 19, 2021 by katry
Categories: Video

The Green Door: Jim Lowe with the High Fives

Posted January 19, 2021 by katry
Categories: Video

Posted January 19, 2021 by katry
Categories: photo

“Walking through darkness with thoughts full of colors”.”

Posted January 19, 2021 by katry
Categories: Musings

On Sunday I felt accomplished. I went to the dump though I will never go to the dump again on a Sunday at 1:44 pm. At the recycling area, both sides of the road were filled with parked cars so, having nowhere to park, I skirted the area and went to the trash bins. I found a free bin so I tossed the trash. The rest, the cardboard and such, can stay in the car until the next trip. After the dump, I shopped for cat litter and cat food. I also bought myself a Milky Way. I cleaned the litter box before I put in the new litter. It was a gross job. I rewarded myself with the Milky Way.

Now that Christmas is gone, there are no colors left to brighten my world. Last night was dark. No houses near me were lit, inside or out. The only light was a bit of a street light through the trees from a couple of streets away. The trail of white lights across my fence had been turned off by the timer. Henry wouldn’t go into the dark so I turned on the outside light for him. He is still afraid of stuff but not so much stuff.

The other day I was cleaning up some old photos. I saw my pictures of snow storms from past winters. I don’t love snow, but I think freshly fallen snow on the trees and bushes is lovely. I have lots of pictures of the snow in my yard. Of the few trees around me, the furs seem most at home with snow. Their covered branches look like flocked Christmas tree branches. A yellow or red light through the melting snow around the bulbs wouldn’t be unexpected. Scrub pine are ugly trees, but the snow makes them look their best.

Last night I asked Hey, Google how to spell Hawaii’s state bird. I wanted to know how to spell nene (easy, I know). Goggle started, ” Capital H-a-w-a-i-i, and that’s where I stopped Google. I felt silly.

A friend wrote about the pit he was growing in his kitchen which would become a palm tree. All of a sudden I remembered avocado pit plants. They were the things for a while. Just about every friend’s house I visited had a tall plant growing from an avocado pit balanced between the sides of a glass by toothpicks on each side of the pit holding it mostly out of the water in the glass. I think the plants were always on windowsills in the kitchens. I know mine was. It is strange what I forget, what I remember. Today it was the avocado pit plants.

People Got To Be Free: The Rascals

Posted January 18, 2021 by katry
Categories: Video

So Beautiful Or So What: Paul Simon

Posted January 18, 2021 by katry
Categories: Video

Up To The Mountain (with Patty Griffin): Solomon Burke

Posted January 18, 2021 by katry
Categories: Video

Shed a Little Light: James Taylor

Posted January 18, 2021 by katry
Categories: Video


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