It's the beginning of April, but I still couldn’t be happier to welcome the Fair Maiden of February, also known as snowdrops.
It seems that the drudgery of winter has been a common lament throughout history, and one that continues today.
It is the aloe plants that soar and thrive. They make me feel like I have a green thumb and have become my verdant companions.
Wildlife tracker Tom Brown Jr. observes, “each day’s new landscape is like a new page, alive with the writings of animals.”
Black hole science might really just be a shot in the dark. Scientists agree that black holes are a bit of a mystery.
Though many of us want to go out and play, it is not all fun and games in the snow.
Morbillivirus is quite a clever virus that has been in the news lately.
This winter, if nothing else, has been very flaky. The amounts of snow we have received seem rather excessive, but how much has really fallen?
While we were busy shoveling out, an asteroid did a flyby right over our heads!