Oh, the tulips are beautiful right now here in Chicago. I went for a walk this afternoon and saw many
My flower for today is Rudbeckia, also know as Black-eyed Susan. I couldn’t resist choosing this flower that shares my
As a child, I was fascinated by this flower–partly because of the name–such a romantic name for a flower that
Oh, good golly! It’s the first Wednesday of the month again and time for and IWSG post. This month’s optional
This story was written by Mary Blanche, an EC teacher from Boulder Colorado. When I first started teaching parent-child class
I was in the mood for another nursery rhyme today, and who better than the Queen of Hearts? Did
I had so much fun with my “nursery rhyme” painting yesterday that I decided to do another one. I may
An Ode to Izzy O Izzenty by Susan Bruck Izzy O. Izzenty sat on a wall, But Izzy O. Izzenty,
“I am not a tree. I am a human girl,” said the tree. “I ran away from the dwarf who kept me. He made me work night and day, cleaning and polishing his mountains of things, but I long to sing and dance in the sunshine. He followed me, so I turned myself into a tree so he couldn’t make me go back with him. Please help me.”
In the late afternoon, when the sun is hot,
They stop to drink their tea.
They sit ‘neath snapdragons in a pot,
And are fanned by friendly bees.