We all lead hectic lives and finding time to relax is not always easy. Whether it’s fitting it into a busy schedule, finding wiggle room in the budget to afford it, peace and relaxation just seems to get the lowest priority on the weekend checklist. A few weeks ago we took a short road trip … Continue reading
Wiser and more eloquent writers have already expressed so much of what I’m feeling today, so I’m not going to try. I was scrolling through images on my phone, looking for something that might lighten the mood or offset the negativity, or even just something to change the subject. I hadn’t gone back very far … Continue reading
I’ve been working on my nostalgia photo posts (as you may have already seen) and as I was thinking about my options one thought kept circling back around: it’s Jeremy’s 18th birthday. If this photo doesn’t make this mom feel nostalgic nothing else will. As we prepare to celebrate this milestone with him, there are … Continue reading
Here’s a second shot at the nostalgia photo challenge. This one is in honor of Scott’s birthday. This is a picture of Scott, Doug, and Bob back in New Martinsville, West Virginia. Back in high school they were in a band called Prophecy. Not sure what “Brew Productions” was… but a $1 entry fee? What … Continue reading
When I was a little girl I spent a lot of time deep in the Darien jungle. Well, maybe I didn’t actually venture out into the jungle very much. I spent much of my days in my family’s farm, playing on the balcony with my Fisher Price farmhouse. But a very scary creature was never … Continue reading
Penthouse view at the ocean’s edge.
Books are the mirrors of the soul. — Virginia Woolfe
Wandering through the narrow aisles in an antique store in downtown Staunton, Virginia, I came across another book lover.