Our front yard is finally finished. The last finishing touches were pine branches compliments of the woods near our home and too many trips up and down the hill. Lugging large branches and a tote full of smaller ones. Got the last load of pine as the snow began to touch down. One of... Continue Reading →
One of my favorite trees.
The leaves are beginning to fall here. I haven’t written in such a long time and when I saw these in the yard, it made me think of you. We used to do everything together and now we barely talk. I know that we were angry the last time we visited, but I don’t think we should give up on us over something so trivial. Having any kind of relationship takes work and effort and we have failed on both. I hope this brings back memories for you too as I miss talking and writing with you. Until then.
It’s close to winter when it comes time to cut down the vines. These late bloomers continue to show all its true colors, all the way down to its core. The buds just barely wanting to open and the vines show all the freshness of spring in the fall. Breathtaking.
Such a cute story
Little Rabbit needs a cuddle – quick! – so off she sets off through the forest to find the perfect hug. But some cuddles are too prickly and some are too tickly, so just who will give her the hug she needs?
A warm story in which Little Rabbit discovers that everyone needs a cuddle at times – even little foxes!
What can I say? This book has the cutest little characters who are willing to give Little Rabbit a hug as she hurt her paw whilst playing. However, some hugs were not quite right, so she made her way home to get the best hug of all… from her mum! Wonderful child/parent bedtime story.
life of a superhero
I haven’t been able to fight crime because of my hurt neck. I also called in sick to ninja class.
We bought a massager from Brookstone and it is shocking how soothing that vibrating motion is. For the price of this thing I expected someone to pop out of the box and give me an actual massage…
I feel like my neck is on the mend and I’m starting to blame my pillow for this whole mess. There’s an inspection tag on it and guess what employee name I see…
Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name. Psalms 100:4 KJV https://bible.com/bible/1/psa.100.4.KJV
I didn't honestly know what to title this. Didn't know if I could do this or would. Open myself up even more to the world. It is so scary do so. I isolate myself from the world because the world is full of pain. There is no sane, unselfish reason for me to be here... Continue Reading →
Great post and a reminder how fear can control our lives. How God is still in control.
Jogging past the site of the Rental Truck Terror Attack on Halloween in Manhattan, I couldn’t help but shed a tear.
The flowers, piled high in memorial of the lives lost just last week, offered a constant reminder of the horror that befell those innocent lives and their loved ones.
This type of narrative happens so often, I sometimes wonder if people have started to become numb to such horrific news.
Seeing the mourners pay their respects on the bike path in lower Manhattan, I was struck by how eerily low the number of runners and bikers were. The once bustling foot and bike traffic, now stagnant, with almost a palpable absence.
Have we crossed the threshold? Have we succumbed…
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Along the path you can hear it…the gentle flowing of the river beyond. As you approach, the sound grows, begins to roar. Through the trees it appears, the stones glistening under the water as it flows. Renewing nature in its path. Refreshing.
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