Posts Tagged ‘spring’

Central Park, Louisville

Central Park, Louisville

I took a lovely walk with a sweet companion in Central Park, Louisville this past Memorial Day. Unlike my previous visit to Louisville during a cold, dormant winter, the parks this time, in late May — and all of Louisville for that matter — shimmered in a lush, deep green of Spring. Central Park was […]


“and I began to understand / what the bird was saying..”

"and I began to understand / what the bird was saying.."

“Are there trees near you, and does your own soul need comforting? Quick, then— open the door and fly on your heavy feet; the song may already be drifting away.” Poem excerpt from “Such Singing in the Wild Branches,” in Owls and Other Fantasies, by the incomparable Mary Oliver