Out my Window: Beautiful summer morning, my hanging baskets are still blooming beautifully, hummingbirds are still zipping around, someone is mowing in the distance, the neighbor's pool is trickling Enjoying: long walks, beautiful sunsets, jazz music, farm market bouquet, fresh berries, baseball Listening to/Watching: Still haven't finished Lord of the Rings. I have been in podcast … Continue reading Daybook
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Out my Window: Winter Wonderland. This morning the world looked like a snowglobe. (As much as I would like the snow to hold off until Dec. it has been beautiful.) Enjoying: Having my family together. Just hanging out. Listening to: I am still podcast crazy right now. I am very much enjoying listening to conversations … Continue reading Daybook
Why so serious?
My cousin's wife recently sent me this picture. I keep looking at it. I am not sure why. It is me at 3ish, not sure of my exact age, with my cousin's dog. I look pretty serious. I wonder if someone told the dog to stay and then I obeyed. Why so serious? My extended … Continue reading Why so serious?
Problem... I have written before on what my friend affectionately called superhero syndrome… when I see a problem I want to swoop in to rescue and fix, and then swoop out. I am a recovering fixer. My family role was the fixer. My pastor explained to my husband and me during our pre-marital counseling that … Continue reading Problem
Home is an interesting word that has so many different connotations, and so much meaning, or lack of meaning depending on the person. Alice Merton has a song called No Roots that makes me think she and I might be kindred spirits. Her chorus that she repeats several times, “I've got no roots, but my … Continue reading Home