I guess there’s so much grass this spring, the deer didn’t think to eat the tulips.
For the first time in many years, the Canada Geese have decided not to nest on the pond. They come and think about it for awhile, then move on. Meanwhile, the first wood ducks have hatched and already most have been eaten by something.
The door to nowhere.
I went to the reception of “Off Center.” Curator Tony Natsoulas said “Sorry you didn’t get any awards.” I told him I was too old to care anymore.
I enjoyed participating in the “Capital Clay Invitational” at the E Street Gallery this year.
This past weekend, I dropped off my contribution to this year’s Big Names, Small Art at the Crocker Art Museum. It takes place on Thursday, May 18, 5-9pm. Lots of fun. Get tickets at crockerart.org/bnsa
This little bear appeared in April and has been hanging around looking for stuff to eat. Usually, we don’t get bears until fall.
I had to stop on my way to babysit James to acknowledge God above the Walmart parking lot in Sacramento.
It was wonderful to see Shasta all snow-covered, as it should be. It gives one hope.
In these days of technology overload, don’t forget to see what is around you.