Signs of Spring

Signs of Spring

AT LAST! by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 17, 2019) — We New-Englanders wait all winter for this…and it’s worth it! Sharon RondeauSharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news.  She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial […]

Snow, Thorns and Flowers

Snow, Thorns and Flowers

LIFE’S JOURNEY by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 22, 2018) — With at least three snowfalls this month, the flowers have been struggling to survive, but survive and bloom they have. Just ten days ago, any stoically daring to show their faces were showered with cold, unwelcome snow, followed by freezing rain last week. As if oblivious […]

Can You Believe…

Can You Believe…

IT’S SNOWING AGAIN! by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 10, 2018) — As predicted on Monday night, snow is again falling in southern New England, even as early spring flowers attempt to push their way through the cold. Robins, too, believed to be a sure sign of spring, have been sighted, including one hopping through the spring […]

Signs of Spring…

Signs of Spring…

FINALLY! by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 31, 2018) — With a blustery, snowy March nearly behind us, signs of spring are at last beginning to appear in these northeastern parts. Against the backdrop of a pristine azure sky, brilliant sunshine and warmer temperatures on Saturday, the birds were singing and early buds beginning to open. It […]

Welcome, Spring!

Welcome, Spring!

LATE WINTER GIVES WAY TO NEW LIFE, WARM TEMPERATURES by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 11, 2017) — After a cold March punctuated by ice and snow and a week of raw, damp and rainy weather, spring appears to have finally arrived. The birds make their presence known by day and the peepers at night. A cardinal […]

A Sunday Morning Visitor

A Sunday Morning Visitor

“CAPTURE THE MOMENT” by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 26, 2017) — Even with a blast of winter in mid-March, spring could be on the way. On Sunday morning, an unexpected visitor appeared seeking sustenance, soon followed by a companion. Apparently finding what they sought, they enjoyed their meal and further explored their surroundings for several more […]

What Could Be More Beautiful?

What Could Be More Beautiful?

THAN SNOW ON THE GROUND, BLUE SKY AND 60º? by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 19, 2017) — It is a rare February day in the North when the thermometer rises above 30, but rarer still when doubling that number. On what can be described only as an unexpectedly pristine day here in Southern New England, the […]