Indira Ganesan

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Archive for October 2016

The Days Get Colder

The rain started and the cold came in this evening.  It is late October, but the morning glory persists, and the nasturtiums haven’t quit.  I am eager to dig up the absynian gladiolus, so I can try to over-winter them  in the back of the garden.  It was a good season, with many surprises, much drought, but in truth, I didn’t tend.  It was a good year for the dahlias– […]

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Birds in flight, with delay.

A few days ago, I was driving to work, passing the beautiful flats near where I live.  The stretch of sand and water always presents a view worth seeing, so I add an extra five minutes on my commute to drive past.  Two herons were in flight.  And later in the day, two swans.  Of course, I wondered at the meaning.  Had it to do with my parents, my mother […]

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