I found them marching up the wall, under cabinets, inside equipment and even in the microwave. I couldn’t find where they had entered which frustrated me even more.
Every morning I greeted the animals in the barns with hearty good mornings and told them how beautiful they all were.
I’m once again drawn into the false hope that maybe, just maybe, a plant will grow and produce bountiful proportions of vegetables.
Do you have a barn? Does it have history? Tell me about it!
The arrival of the red-winged black bird also signals the changing season.
I hope you will all take the time to slow down. In life and on the road.
My dog insists on sleeping in the driver’s seat and we have a serious discussion about who’s driving.
“You, you of all people, Miss I’ve-got-to-change-my-clothes… at the slightest blemish and everything has to be matching?”
Slowly my brain started asking questions like, so who’s making the noise down there then?
What is it about the country that evokes the most unbelievable deep sleeps, dreams and early morning rises?
Today is the first day I am able to think of nothing else but trees, birds, blue skies and my dog.
Christine Thomas reveals her secret life as a poacher, “stealing” moments of joy from the country around her.
Christine Thomas reflects on the journey from city to country and the wonderful people met along the way.
Christine Thomas knew a few people in Toronto. Then she moved to the country and acquired 100 neighbours and a home redolent with history.
Christine Thomas is learning to live with the weather. Her cardinal rule: pay attention to Mother Nature – and be prepared for anything!
Christine Thomas takes the next step in the journey of making a life in the country. First up: make a To Do list. Then another. And another….
RED SQUIRREL MUSINGS — In her inaugural blog post, Christine Thomas shares her experience about moving up to the country.