Saturday, April 22, 2017

#NPM17 - 22/30 - Celebrating Earth Day



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         Celebrating with Ruth Ayres and others at Discover Play Build. And starting the final week of April-- poetry month. 




           See all the poetic events this month in the sidebar.  My goal for Poetry Month: 
TINY THINGS.  


   "Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their good freshness into you, and the storms their energy while cares will drop off like autumn leaves.  ~John Muir


         I celebrate Earth Day, and those who are fighting against changing the plans that have been put into place to help keep our planet safe for our children.

  


one chickadee
on daily rounds —
morning glory


Linda Baie © All Rights
         
              



So Far-Tiny Things


April 1 - Two Plates - Thanksgiving
April 2 - In Each Mind's Eye - baby elephant
April 3 - Discovered April First - miniature book
April 4 - A Promise - peach seed 
April 5 -  haiku - one music note
April 6 - My Tiny List - must-do list
April 7 - Tiny Lights - window lights at dusk
April 8 - Cherita - pencil stub
April 9 - Apple Blooms - blooms/apple tree
April 10 - Walk to The Sea - salt crystals
April 11 - Sonnet Show & Tell - tiny key
April 12 - The Letter 'I
April 13 - A Tiny Change - thermometer
April 14 - Birthday Candles
April 15 - Defined - dandelion
April 16 - One Minute 
April 17 - The Letter "A"
April 18 - Tiny Treasure - rock
April 19 - haiku - tiny actions
April 20 - rabbit
April 21 - lilac 

photo credit: jjjj56cp 0136ex  Black-Capped Chickadee via photopin (license)

10 comments:

  1. As the years pass, I am more thankful for the little events than the big ones. I love The Letter "A" Happy Saturday Linda.

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    1. Thanks, Maria. These 'tiny things' have been a joy to write about this month. I think we really wrote about the same thing, didn't we?

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    1. Thanks, Margaret. Have a wonderful day!

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  3. Oh the glory of this solitary chickadee on its daily rounds!

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  4. I love the simple and beautiful poem that accompanies the photograph. Happy Earth Day to you too!

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    1. Thanks, Michelle. It's turned out to be a beautiful day!

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  5. I'm loving your daily celebration of tiny things. Tiny is in all things. And the tiny adds up into something big. Here's to celebrating our common big thing, our home. Happy Earth Day!

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    1. We are fortunate to have such a home, but now need to fight to keep it safe. Thanks, Julieanne.

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