Monthly Archives: June 2020
Wildlife visitors to our little home biome!
Just because I think we all need this right now.
One of my favorite photos is this one that I took of Dad holding his Grandchild Jason and gazing out the family room window in our house in Houston sometime in the ’80’s. Dad would be 104 this next Tuesday.
With 6 wildfires in Arizona burning over 250,000 acres and 2 in Southern New Mexico, the wind is now bringing us the smoke. Not good for the eyes or lungs but the sunset was nice this evening so there’s that.
A good read on the history of Juneteenth at https://talkingpointsmemo.com/cafe/hidden-history-of-juneteenth The New York Times has an in-depth look at https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/06/18/style/juneteenth-celebration.html . More information from the National Museum of African American History and Culture . This day should be celebrated as … Continue reading
Sunsets from Sunday and Tuesday night when we had nice cooling rain showers move through.