It’s that gray time of year again. The sun reverts to the Southern Hemisphere and the rest of us must endure short days with gloomy grays.
It came back yesterday with a blast, knocking us down with winds and smacking our faces with ice.
We went to a local state park yesterday to soak up some sun before the big storms arrive.
Just when winter crushes our spirits to new shades of blue, spring appears. Spring rescues us from our winter blues with new sights, new colors, and new air.
The sky is always beautiful, even on gray days, but sometimes it is so magnificent it takes your breath away. On these days, the moon often comes out early to […]
By Baylee Bowersock-JohnsonI have to tell y’all something. I’m an old dog. I’ve seen a lot of things in my time. So you can trust me when I tell you […]
By Jackson Bowersock-JohnsonSo I get up this morning and looked out the window. I was like “What-the what? Where did all the snow go?” I cried out in agony “No […]
This has been a brutal winter. The coldest and snowiest since I’ve lived up here. But, this week the temperatures are rising. It might hit sixty degrees they say. It’s […]
Standing in a cold and snowy Ohio field, Javier decided enough is enough. He was no longer going to follow the crowd. He was going out on his own.
Mother Nature’s confetti was active and lively today. The birds were soaring, hopping, and diving in the cold air. They make winter bearable.