A Day of Thanks, A Day of Remembrance

Alder Leaf

Small Maple Leaf

I don’t have much to say about Thanksgiving in the United States. I find it a rather awkward holiday. So, let’s move on. This is a Nature blog, not a holiday blog after all!

I’m planning to do two posts for the month of December.

Right now, I’m doing some “not so light reading” in preparation for my next high-level post. Its rather depressing, but you know once it passes through me, I’ll make it much more enjoyable for you to read! I’ll also share a funny personal story about how to make ANY job a “Nature-Led” job.

Until then……

Pull your weeds after the rain.

Go for a walk in Nature.

Stay true to yourself.

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6 thoughts on “A Day of Thanks, A Day of Remembrance

  1. Not keen on pulling weeds this late in the season, but I do offer one observation from nature: around Thanksgiving is when we see the winter moths appear in our local woods. These are small, ethereal white butterfly-like insects that can fly even when the temperature is near freezing. Sort of a “ghost” of summer. We look forward to seeing them every year at this time.

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