Browsing All posts tagged under »Valentine’s Day«

As we were saying

February 19, 2013


It has been a trying winter at the Writing Studio and Bait Shop, but I see no reason to drag you through the worst of it with the rest of us.  I believe I’m going to show you some of the best parts instead.  How about if we start with these snapshots, proof that a […]


February 14, 2011


It was a busy little day but all the important things got done, and we had time here and there to reflect on the ways love comes into our lives.

A heart of stone

February 14, 2010


I started out to make a Valentine, using this image from the archives.  I collect heart-shaped stones and other odd bits of rock: Petoskeys, other fossils, mimetoliths of all kinds.  They’re more interesting to look at underwater.  Thus the jar, where new acquisitions spend a little time being admired.  See the rosy heart?  Making a post is like making a […]

Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone who is tired of formal roses and winter

February 14, 2009


These wild roses were growing along the banks of the Grass River a few summers ago, as they have grown for many, many years, and as they will grow again this summer. A friend and I were headed to a boat ride with some Loon Rangers—but I digress.  I’m fond of wild roses.  They grow […]