Unraveled Wednesday | 5.18.22

Unraveled Wednesday | 5.18.22

The making this week has been of the "small" variety but I wanted to take a moment to identify the photos for you all from Monday's post: 1. A chive blossom 2. an African violet 3. Bee balm and 4. the Tri-colored birch beech (thank you, Kym) in my back yard. Monday...

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TGIF | 5.8.20

TGIF | 5.8.20

This week, oh boy. It was so hard. So damned hard. And so full of just horrific news… each day seemed to be trying to outdo the day before. I struggled this week to find a single thing for my gratitude list, much less a list of them. But here we are at another Friday...

Unraveled Wednesday | 5.6.20

Unraveled Wednesday | 5.6.20

Some of my making this week included making some modifications to my Traveler's Journal. Normally, I have 3 inserts, and my set up works very well! I like having multiple journals in one convenient package. However, with the addition of a couple of new journals and I...

Looking Back | April 2020

Looking Back | April 2020

A gush of bird-song, a patter of dew, A cloud, and a rainbow's warning, Suddenly sunshine and perfect blue –– An April day in the morning. — Harriet Prescott Spofford These words from Harriet Prescott Spofford sum up my April perfectly. We had lots of rain, some...

Macro Monday Haiku | 5.4.20

Macro Monday Haiku | 5.4.20

Spring rain wreaks havoc and lilac confetti falls among empty walnut shells And finally, with a nod to my favorite son, May the Fourth be with you! *wink* Happy Monday everyone!  

Hello, May | 5.1.20

Hello, May | 5.1.20

Sweet May hath come to love us, flowers, trees, their blossoms don; And through the blue heavens above us, the very clouds move on. — Heinrich Heine While March was eons long, April has just sprinted on by - hasn't it? I guess when each day is the same as the last, at...

A poem for your pocket | 4.30.20

A poem for your pocket | 4.30.20

It's Poem in your Pocket Day and this poem is going in my pocket. I will carry it with me during the day. I will be thinking of the "heavy threads" of the day and hope that I will be stitched "into a useful garment". And yet, there is comfort in knowing the day "will...

 

 

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