For those who don't know, Dr Seuss is the pen name of Theodor Seuss Geisel. He was born in 1904 in Springfield, Massachusetts. His grandparents were German immigrants. He died on September 24, 1991, at 87 year old. That dash in between his birth and death dates was filled with imagination and whimsy. It's probably … Continue reading Happy Dr. Seuss Day!
Here it is the end of January already and time again for PJ's photo challenge. This month's prompt is Change and Hope Appropriate for beginning a new year, but it was hard for me because I have little hope anything is really going to change in the world anytime soon. I couldn't really get into … Continue reading January Photo Challenge: Change and Hope
Happy Friday! Bridget here and, well, this is a bit embarrassing. Unbeknownst to me, it seems I've developed a bladder infection. And, it became apparent in more than a few unacceptable areas. So, now I'm quarantined in the laundry room until my antibiotics kick in and I'm allowed back into polite society. Honestly, I had … Continue reading A little oops
One thing about keeping close to home during the pandemic is I've become keenly aware of things that might have gone unnoticed during other years. Earlier this year, I discovered a few volunteer redbud trees growing in and around some other plants. Redbuds are my all-time favorite flowering tree in the spring so I carefully … Continue reading Nature’s surprises
Here is is mid September and, while I'm happy to look forward to Autumn, there's always a bit of angst over leaving summer behind. As the calendar pages turn, I'm reminded of all the things in which I am grateful. My family, my health and people I can turn to for spiritual and emotional support … Continue reading Thankful Thursday: End of summer