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audio 01:21  A Gift From the Turkeys

A Gift From the Turkeys

On a recent walk-a-bout I saw a turkey feather on the ground, and I knew that it was a gift left there for passersby to appreciate. It is a safe place for both people, wild animals and birds to visit a positive environment.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 05/02/2019 06:00 AM

audio 01:28  A Lot to Look Forward to in May

A Lot to Look Forward to in May

Usually May begins with green leaves and flowers bursting into bloom. Not this year; there is a lot to look forward to as the month progresses. In dull spots in life there is always the opportunity to anticipate positive change.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 05/01/2019 06:00 AM

audio 01:42 The First Bouquet of Spring

The First Bouquet of Spring

I have been waiting for a month or more for the daffodils to bloom. I consider their yellow blossoms to be the first bouquets of spring. Perhaps they will linger for a while as the season progress. Each day I will be grateful.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 04/30/2019 06:00 AM

audio 01:45 Sunset Study

Sunset Study

I love to study sunsets, sunrises, as well as clouds in the sky. I am grateful that I have so many opportunities to attend nature’s artistic exhibits. Studying Nature is really about studying all life itself, including the human side.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 04/29/2019 06:00 AM

audio 01:32 The Return of a Special Bird

The Return of a Special Bird

A flash of bright blue in a bird feeder caught my eye and I saw a special bird, the male Indigo Bunting, for the first time this spring. It visits for a short time before moving into the woods for the summer. I appreciate the beauty that nature provides.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 04/27/2019 06:00 AM

audio 02:24 Old Tom

Old Tom

The old tom turkey was puffed up about as much as he could as he displayed for the hens in his flock while fending off other males. I am reminded how humans like to puff up with knowledge or abilities.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 04/27/2019 06:00 AM

audio 01:43 Hawk Eyes

Hawk Eyes

I studied the red-tailed hawk through the lens of my camera as it perched on a branch searching for prey, its eyes piercing the landscape. I thought of how I search the landscape looking for something in Nature that teaches me about life.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 04/26/2019 06:00 AM

audio 02:04 Survivors


Finally, the crocus have found their way to the ground’s surface and are blooming once more, showing their will to survive over adverse conditions. They remind me of the human spirit that many have to survive in the harsh conditions of life. I am inspired

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 04/25/2019 06:00 AM