Welcome to 2021. It has been a long time since I last posted because I got tired of the politics, pandemic, and power grabs. I didn’t think I could coherently write anything that didn’t involve screaming and cursing - neither of which I do in my day to day life. Life in 2020 brought out … Continue reading A New Year, New Perspective
I’m not sure when I decided that October was to be my favorite month of the year. Thirty one years ago I got married in October. That could have been the beginning. Or maybe not. At what point in life do we mature to the point of not taking hours, days, much less months for … Continue reading Finding The Joy In The Everyday
I woke up this morning to just over one hundred emails in my inboxes. This is only half the number I had been receiving. Unsubscribing from all those distribution lists is working. And it is freeing. I tend to avoid that which overwhelms me. Ironic since ignoring only escalates the problem leading to a greater … Continue reading K.I.S.S. Day Four
I love reading about the latest lifestyle trends, taking the quizzes, looking at pictures, imagining living in any one of a number of homes found as I scroll Pinterest. I don’t necessarily put in the work to implement the changes necessary to have the life, but I sure do love reading how other people do … Continue reading K.I.S.S. – Day One
Pot holes and bumps are certain; how we handle them is the key.
Modern life causing hysteria? There is an alternative.
The other day I talked about spinning wool into yarn and how it makes me think about larger issues. I love to find teachable moments in the midst of the everyday. Since Friday is a fun day on the blog I decided to show you what I do. I went through my photographs (I have … Continue reading Wisdom of Proverbs 31
Making yarn as an analogy for living a life of faith.
The decisions being made by politicians at both the state and local level are strangling the life blood from small businesses.
There is a grain of truth that lies beneath the surface of every situation.