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Happy 16th Anniversary

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For our 16th anniversary, David took the day off and we went to Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest for a long walk together before eating lunch at a Thai restaurant in Louisville. Below are the sceneries from our walk followed … Continue reading

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Jacob at play

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He loves playing in the water!

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A Beautiful Sunday Afternoon

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The sunshine was simply perfect, and humans and animals were perfectly content! James was playing outside with Annie while I was deadheading the dianthus. Later on, Jacob joined us and the boys played together under the tree while I swept … Continue reading

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Bernheim Forest and the Forest Giants

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This year Bernheim Forest (near Louisville, KY) celebrates its 90th Anniversary. For this occasion, Danish artist Thomas Dambo created 3 forest giants using recycled wood in the area. These 3 sculptures are installed throughout Bernheim’s arboretum and have become an … Continue reading

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Our walk at Trace-Pitman Greenway

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On Good Friday, David took the day off and we took Annie on a walk at the Trace-Pitman Greenway near home. The morning was cool and really pleasant! There was no one else on the trail except a nice blind … Continue reading

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Spring in Campbellsville

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Spring is here and it’s so stunningly beautiful. The dogwood and cherry blossom trees give out such mesmerizingly pretty pure white and pinkish flowers, respectively. Around here there are also robust exotic-looking deep-pink blooms amongst other daintier light-pink blossoms. What … Continue reading

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A snow day in February

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It snowed overnight. Crisp and cold, the morning revealed a perfect winter scenery with snowy landscape all around us. The maple tree in our front yard looked so much more conspicuously beautiful because its bare branches and outline became more … Continue reading

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