Sunday, November 28, 2010

Photo of the Week 11/28/10

Junco & Goldfinches in the Willow
View out our kitchen window
Saturday, November 27th

Tomorrow on Robert Frost's Banjo? The Monday Morning Blues! & once again, something new & unsual!

This week on The Spring Ghazals: music theory for poets!  I know there are a lot of musical references in the collection, & I'll be discussing those in the next few posts; & yes, there will be mp3s involved!  First post in the series should be up tomorrow morning.

Alcools? I've started to translate the next poem"Le Larron," ("The Thief") but I don't believe it will be ready for Monday.  If it's ready by mid-week I'll post it then rather than waiting until a week from Monday.  Please stay tuned! 


  1. and here i thought it felt winter-ish here!!

    sweet pic!

  2. You have snow??!! I'm extremely jealous!

    Congratulations on keeping the critters fed in the Winter. Good work!

  3. Hi Mouse & Roy

    Mouse: Thanks! We have fallen into winter for sure.

    Roy: See, I'd trade with anyone in a snowless area in less than a heartbeat! Not a fan of winter or snow. But I do try to keep the feeders going & enjoy that. Thanks!

  4. I'm looking forward to the music seminar.
    Isn't it wonderful to have all the birds back at the feeders? I'm not sure I'd think the snow part was so wonderful though. Thanks for stopping by. I always appreciate your comments.

  5. Hi Mairi: Seminar 1 is all set & scheduled to post tomorrow a.m. As I mentioned on Twitter, I think our discussion about mandolin tremolo first put me in mind of this.

    I do love the winter birds--but not the winter itself. An awkward arrangement.

    Loved that poem.


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