Each week I publish a little poem that is inspired by my gardens. This morning as I walked my dogs at daybreak, I had to just stand in awe of the glorious, delicate sky. “It’s the color of a fine aquamarine gem,” I thought. As I looked up into that vast heavenly sky, I was aware that my feet were damp from the morning dew. I was surrounded by a symphony of bird songs – it was like the entire landscape was alive and celebrating this new day. Thank you for visiting with me today on my blog. Please come back soon. Make my day – leave a comment for me.Continue reading →
“Good Shoes Take You Good Places.” American author, Lynda McKinney Lambert, continues with the next part of her journey in learning how to set goals, make a clear plan, and follow it to a successful end. Lynda is a retired college professor of fine arts and humanities. Retirement opened up new opportunities in writing and she now has five books on Amazon and all other retail outlets. You can also get her books on Smashhwords, in e-book format. In addition most of her books are available in paperback, hardback, Kindle, E-book, and Audible. She believes in deciding on Plan A, and following a clear path to attain your dreams. In today’s story, Lynda discusses the notion that good shoes will take you good places. What do you think?Continue reading →
American poet, Lynda McKinney Lambert reflects on the last day of March in her new poem, “Underhanded secrets of March.”
This is the first poem for 2022 written for her GARDEN SONGS series.
You can read the entire poem on her blog today. Thanks for your visit and please be sure to write a not. Tell me what you think about this reflection on the last day of March.Continue reading →