When a tragedy strikes, we often take an inventory of our life. After the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado, I am willing to bet you’ve paused and wondered “what if”.
My heart goes out to each and every family member affected by this tragedy, including the family of the shooter. I ache for the survivors, knowing their minds will never forget the images or sounds from that night. Continue reading
Last week, the boys finished their last week of camp. I thought I’d share with you one of the creations made by the class: Recycle Town. Notice the noodle men – noodles held together with rubber bands.
May the day greet you nicely. May the road ahead be clear. May you notice the beauty in your journey, giving thanks for the day you were given.
Once upon a time, I was a house/dog sitter. When folks with animals traveled out of town, they contacted me to stay at their place and take care of their animals.
One of my clients was a woman with a dog named, Lina. I loved when Lina’s owner went out of town, because Lina was one of my favorite pooches to visit.
Lina and I became very close. When Lina’s Mom was given an opportunity to relocate to Massachusetts for work/school, she asked me if I wanted to adopt her. I literally jumped at the chance, and Lina became MY Lina.
Today is day 200 of my Project 366. Can you believe only 166 days are left in the year? Time is flying.
I hope you are making time to stop for a bit. In fact, why not watch a garden grow?