Tuesday Afternoon Adventure

…the trees are calling me near, I’ve got to find out why.

Note: all photos taken by me on my new iPhone 11

Every afternoon, not just on “Tuesday afternoon,” I always hum that Moody Blues song to myself, “Tuesday afternoon, the trees are drawing me near, I’ve got to find out why.” Every day I feel compelled to hike up into the woods, not just on the neighborhood trails which are also…

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Writer of Creative Nonfiction and Fiction; Ukulele Player; Lover of the Beatles, rock n’ roll, and the 1960s. Mom & Grandma; lives in Eugene, OR with BF & cat.

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Mary Lane Cryns (aka Melody)

Mary Lane Cryns (aka Melody)

Writer of Creative Nonfiction and Fiction; Ukulele Player; Lover of the Beatles, rock n’ roll, and the 1960s. Mom & Grandma; lives in Eugene, OR with BF & cat.

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