Meandering Along the River’s Edge Archive

~by Virginia Rhys Anson, OFS


August 6, 2012: The Tear of the Pine

September 3, 2012: My Forest Chapel

October 1, 2012: Creating a Backyard Refuge for Wildlife

November 5, 2012: I Like Naked Trees

December 4, 2012–The Humility of Winter: The Humility of Christmas

January 2, 2013–Winter Survival: Bird Style

January 30, 2013–Exploring God’s Creation Through My Dog’s Nose

February 27, 2013–Creating a Prarie Area in Your Back Yard

April 3, 2013–Life Amid the Ashes

May 1, 2013-: Ruin–Caught in Mother Nature’s Fury

May 29, 2013-: Edge of the Shadow

July 3, 2013: Nature, My Second Home…Nay, Perhaps My First

October 2, 2013: We Are All Related

October 30, 2013: Nocturnal Vigil

December 4, 2013: Crystalline Patterns

January 2, 2014: I Miss the Birds

February 5, 2014: I Believe in God Because the Planets Don’t Collide

March 5, 2014: Butterfly Gardening

April 2, 2014: Meandering Along the River’s Edge

April 30, 2014: The World of Pollinators

June 4, 2014: Longing for My Complement Self

June 25, 2014: Bug Comes to Visit

August 20, 2014: Little Bird

August 31, 2014: It’s Migration Time…

September 28, 2014: Nature Among the Departed.

October 5, 2014: We All Are Related

October 27, 2014: Container Gardening for Pollinators

December 1, 2014: Mow No More

January 5, 2015: What Would Your Perfect Day Feel Like?

January 26, 2015: Dinner On Planet Earth

March 2, 2015: Earth in Harmony

March 30, 2015: Saunters With God in Nature

May 4, 2015: Saunters With God in Nature

June 8, 2015: Longing for My Complement Self

July 6, 2015: Nature, My Second Home

July 6, 2015: Tear of the Pine

August 31, 2015: CACTUS

September 30,2015: Nocturnal Visit

October 28, 2015: Native Landscaping with Neighbors in Mind

December 2, 2015: The Humility of Winter—The Humility of Christmas

January 6, 2016: LOSING NATURE

February 2016: All Creation Praises the Lord

March 2016: Tiny Seed

April 2016: Volunteering for Nature

May 2016: Saunterings with My Creator

June 2016: Creation through Childlike Wonder

July 2016: I believe in God because the planets don’t collide

August 2016: To Be or Not To Be—A Squirrel

August 2016: We Are Stewards, Not Czars

September 2016: Creating a Pond for Backyard Wildlife

October 2016: I Would Love

November 2016: Banyan, Realm of Celtic Fantasy

December 2016: My Forest Chapel

January 2017: America’s First Conservationists

February 2017: Animals on My Bookcase

March 2017: Weeding For Sinners

April 2017: One Lucky Pooch

May 2017: The Plight of Amphibians: And How We Can Help

June 2017: How Do You Do It? I Need to Know

June 28, 2017: We Are All Related

July 2017:  Our Squirrely Minions

August 2017: Citizen Scientists

September 2017: My Dad and I and the Prairie Dog

October 2017: I Would Love

October 2017: Caring for Wildlife in Autumn


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Virginia Anson grew up in the shadows of Sandia Crest in New Mexico. Family camping trips may have sparked her passion for nature. She holds an A.S. in Electronics Technology, a B.A. in Writing, an M.F.A. in Creative Writing, and a certificate in Wildlife/Forestry Conservation. Her book, Mother Earth’s Caretakers, targets middle school youngsters and is published as an e-book for Kindle. Virginia is a Vietnam Era veteran of the U.S. Air Force, and her volunteer endeavors see her as a lector, Eucharistic minister, and sacristan in her parish and as a habitat steward for the National Wildlife Federation. She especially cherishes her life in the Secular Franciscan Order, following in the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi.

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