August 27th – Nature

It is rainy and cool out today,  but thanks to modern technology I can pick up my cell phone and enjoy pleasant memories of drier days out appreciating nature.

Wishing one and all a beautiful day! Take care and see you tomorrow. 💞

Nature’s beauty is a gift that cultivates appreciation and gratitude.


20 thoughts on “August 27th – Nature

  1. Lovely photos, Annmarie. I see Canadian Geese at the ponds and lakes here frequently, they occasionally fly over my home too. A bit of Canada in the desert! 🇨🇦❤️

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  2. I say your right! Matter of fact, I had to run to the bank this morning, a huge flock of your geese flew right over me in a beautiful V formation! 😍😍🇨🇦🇨🇦

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  3. How relaxing to see such WONDERFUL photos from the lens of your camera! Such beauty, so green, the flowers are happy and so are the geese!! Thank you for sharing and I hope you have a wonderful weekend!!
    (I’m taking a bit of a blogging break, but am trying to visit when I can! ❤️)

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  4. Looking forward to seeing you back. It does take time and we can all see how busy you are with your horses and your family. I don’t know how you find time to work. I don’t know how I used to find time to work. 😂

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  5. I’m giggling a little bit because I just keep moving. And I’m able to message you here at work. Not that I’m on my phone the whole time, just on my breaks. I only write my blog on my laptop though at home. It’s too hard to write on the phone app. Lol 🤣
    That’s where I start running out of time to do everything!! It’s nice to take a break. I’ll be all refreshed when I write and share again!! You are so sweet, I can’t wait to retire one day! 💕💕💕

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  6. Fort Mac is located in the midst of boreal forest so it’s always a worry> There’s a huge fire break since we had the wildfires in 2016 so chances are we’re safe enough but I hate to see what’s happened in B.C. and other parts of the country, and the world, come to that. And not only wildfires but extreme weather of any kind.

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  7. I hear you, Carol. I can’t imagine living in a place where fires and floods and winds are a regular part of life. My heart just goes out to the people who lose everything – often even their loved ones.

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