June Loveliness


{Can you spy the baby White-Tailed Deer?}

The smell of June has been in the forefront of my mind lately.Β  A deep, earth-y, humid, moist smell, with just a hint of floral influence tinging it. It is just heavenly. Barn Swallows swooping, Red-Wing Blackbirds trilling away, and the whispering rustle of the leaves and grasses. The glorious blueness of the sky and amazing green of the fields and woods. I’ve been listening to this song over and over again, the marriage between nature, faith, and a favorite author of mine, Elizabeth Goudge. I invite you to listen with me, closing your eyes, and letting the breeze wash over you. I’m so thankful for this gorgeous month.


11 thoughts on “June Loveliness

      1. We moved here two years ago too, Amy, but we were lucky enough to inherit some roses. I’d never been a fan of them until this garden. Now I love them! I’ll think of you when I wander round the garden later πŸ™‚

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  1. Wow – even when I weather is good we don’t really see skies that cloudless! June is fantastic isn’t it? I can’t spy the baby deer )-: I must be looking in the wrong spot?

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    1. It’s in the second photo from the top, Mark. On the road, in the curve! πŸ™‚ It’s pretty little, I had to snap it quickly. The doe was right before it, but I wasn’t fast enough.


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