It’s a beautiful, blue marble, and I hope we don’t destroy it with our fossil fuels, and global warming. The best gift we could ever hope for, if we can keep it.
I have a pretty good internal clock, so I generally know what time it is. I’m not sure whether that’s a gift or not. It tends to make me obsessive about scheduling, and leaves me little time for spontaneity. But I’m rarely late.
The community garden has blessed our church in a myriad of ways. We are blessed to be a blessing to the community
After a solid week of snow and ice, the world has turned back to rain, with no freezing weather in the forecast.
There’s a new day and a new year dawning. This is a chance to start something great! Join me in putting the past to rest, and rising to begin again.
That’s me (age 2) with both of my grandmothers. I’m not sure if I remember exactly when and where that picture was taken, but I remember both of them.
They say there are going to be fireworks for New Years Eve, broadcast from Seattle. It will be fun to see them again from the comfort of my living room, after they were cancelled last year because of COVID.
Even when there are just two of us, it’s fun to share goodies in a “pick-up” meal.
Paradise on Mt. Rainier
I’m so thankful that I live in a snug, warm house, with maintenance people who will work long and hard to shovel us out. And I’m thankful for the snow that will add needed water to the ground and the lakes. And I’m thankful for the beauty of the new fallen snow.