As Summer devolves into Fall, with the air turning crisp, the leaves turning orange, and the clouds spilling rain and occasional thunder rolling in the night, I return to the computer after enjoying the last four months outside in my garden, playing with the dogs, hosting a few visitors, and making plans for the upcomingContinue reading “zen summer”
I am very fortunate to live in a natural setting. Even though it’s raining much of the year, there are some things that a sunny day doesn’t provide: raindrops on a spider’s web is an amazingly beautiful sight to behold.
This is something I “stumbled upon” today (Making Changes) and I felt it was so well-written and potentially useful (I am going to implement it myself once I finish typing this post), that I wanted to share it on my blog as a reminder to myself, and also to offer you something useful for your ownContinue reading “making changes”
I saw this little beauty while walking the dogs. It is alone in a field of grasses with no other flowers around, sitting prettily in all it’s periwinkled glory. Small treasures are sometimes the most wondrous. Enjoy 🙂