I feel as though I have been living in a fog the past two weeks or so. The last thing I remember was researching and writing about Charles Schultz and the significance of A Charlie Brown Christmas. And now here we are, January 4, 2022. The simple story is that I got sick. Covid test… Continue reading Out Of The Fog: What Happened To 2021?
This is the story of friendship and thankfulness for the people God gave us for neighbors over thirty years ago.
Words like seasons, cycles and circle are often used to describe the life we lead and the never ending nature of life. Last weekend our family celebrated together as we witnessed a marriage and the beginning of a new season in all our lives. Golden hour stroll Endings Though life itself is continuous, there are… Continue reading What’s Your Season?
Willie Brooks Woodring Willie Brooks received her name because her father wanted a boy. No gender reveal back then, so the name stuck. According to my mom she went by Brooks; can’t say that I blame her. Willie is a tough one, even for a boy. Though I don’t remember meeting her I have pictures… Continue reading A Grandmother’s Legacy
Once the title of my favorite soap opera, As The World Turns is now just a descriptive phrase for life in the midst of Covid-19. The earth keeps rotating; life moves forward, day into night and back to day...and if we aren’t careful the mundaneness of it all can and will destroy our very soul.… Continue reading As The World Turns
The other day I talked about spinning wool into yarn and how it makes me think about larger issues. I love to find teachable moments in the midst of the everyday. Since Friday is a fun day on the blog I decided to show you what I do. I went through my photographs (I have… Continue reading Wisdom of Proverbs 31