nature · Photography · Writing

Rejuvenation

"There is magic in the presence of trees," I mused, inhaling the damp freshness surrounding us. Walking in our rain boots through the lush forest, my daughter happily chatting to her art teacher, I took as many mental images as my senses could hold. I left my phone back in the car when we pulled… Continue reading Rejuvenation

Family · nature

Corny Things

With the playgrounds closed, the only thing there is to do lately is to go on walks, hikes, or bike rides. (Or bake). I love to cook and bake as much as the next person, but I can only eat so much sourdough bread. I started painting rocks. I thought it might bring a smile… Continue reading Corny Things

Faith and Personal Growth · Family · nature · Photography · Writing

Day Fiftyteenth: I don’t even know anymore, and does it really matter?

I have basically been at home (with about 3-4 outings for essentials) for 39 days. (The minions were ill 2 weeks before the stay at home orders in our state were put into effect). In these 39 days, I've learned a couple of things about myself. I consider myself an introvert, with a few extrovert tendencies.… Continue reading Day Fiftyteenth: I don’t even know anymore, and does it really matter?

Family · Food

It’s a Wonderful Life

Wow. What a day. I'll apologize up front if I am a bit incoherent! These kinds of days I never seem to have trouble falling asleep - I literally collapse into bed.  And why I seem to save it all for one day is beyond me. You'd think I would be better at spreading out… Continue reading It’s a Wonderful Life