TRANSITION

 

Transition is the theme for a weekly photo challenge, one that is well-timed it seems to me.

On one front, unfathomable changes are occurring in the world, both politically and environmentally.  Various leaders are meeting to discuss solutions. Wishing them wisdom on their deliberations.

For this post, however, I will step back closer to home where it has been a year of transitions with losses and some celebrations, as well.

This time of year symbolizes the whole process of transition, so clearly manifested at Thanksgiving tables and harvest festivals throughout the autumn months.

This acorn squash, locally grown, represents the beauty of that growth and change from seed to ripened produce, definitely a transition to savour!

2015 ACORN SQUASH!
2015 ACORN SQUASH!

EARTH DAY 1991 REVISITED!

Happy Earth day, All!

This special annual celebration day lands right in the heart of National Poetry Month so I thought that I would share a poem that I wrote — in 1991!!! 🙂

This poem was filed with a few other bits of writing that I did when children were very young. Now that they are well into their 20s, it was fun to look back and see that Earth Day was a focus of awareness then, as it is today. Have a great one!

1991 EARTH DAY POEM SCANNED COPY

© 1991 Patricia A. McGoldrick

2015 APRIL -- STARTER RAINBOW!
2015 APRIL — STARTER RAINBOW!

 

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